We may dig dandelionroots for coffee, we can boil water with hot stones in a wooden jug, which we can make, and there are roots which will serve us for bread," said Charley.
We shall have a thaw before the winter sets in; dig up all the dandelion roots you can find; dry them in the sun or in your oven for keeping; roast them before use; and cut them up and grind them as you would coffee-berries.
The table was beautifully set and decorated and flowers bloomed everywhere inDandelion Cottage.
If she doesn't fitDandelion Cottage, she can't stay.
The four mothers, satisfied that their little daughters were safe in Dandelion Cottage, left them in undisturbed possession.
It was easy to see how Dandelion Cottage came by its name at first, for growing all about it were great, fluffy, golden dandelions; but afterwards there was another good reason why the name was appropriate, as you will discover shortly.
That afternoon the four girls realized for the first time that Dandelion Cottage was provided with a doorbell.
It was always Mrs. Crane to whom the Dandelion Cottagers turned whenever they were in need of consolation and, as in this case, consolation was usually forthcoming.
Of course all the neighbors and all the girls' relatives had to come in afterwards to see what Bettie called "the very dandelioniest room in Dandelion Cottage.
Mabel was in favor of giving it at once, but the other girls were more cautious, so the little mistresses of Dandelion Cottage finally decided to postpone the party until after Miss Blossom had paid her rent in full.
A day or two later, the girls of Dandelion Cottage were invited to a party in another portion of the town.
Instead, tufted and fluffy, likedandelion seed or thistledown, it floated upward in incredible quantities, so that for hundreds of miles the sky was obscured by this cloud bearing the germ of the inoculated grass.
Infuse one ounce of dandelionin a jug with a pint of boiling water for fifteen minutes; sweeten with brown sugar or honey, and drink several tea-cupfuls during the day.
After that any dandelion that showed its yellow face was simply inviting destruction.
Even the golden dandelion was ruthlessly cut down, and Mary, who was strong on experiments, found out that its roots were good to eat.
I would sate my soul with spinach And dandelion greens.
How silly he'd been--putting that absurd dandelion stem into his pocket, as though it really had some magic!
Lily, you are so lazy," the Dandelion sternly admonished her fair sister.
Now you will love everybody and everybody will love you," Nancy laughed, placing the dandelion stem in his outstretched hand.
At this moment he has fifty thousand zealots working in the countryside collecting and burningdandelion seeds so as to reduce the crop next spring.
We composed a little song-recipe fordandelion wine, sending thousands of minstrels to sing it about the country until the people should memorize it.
The editor solaced himself with another beaker of the dandelion wine and they finished their meal in thoughtful silence.
The flagon of dandelion vintage played its due part in the repast, and Mr. Bleak began to entertain a new respect for this common flower of which he had been unduly inappreciative.
Speaking of that, Have a little of the dandelion wine.
As a newspaper man he was able to get a passport to go into the country, on the pretext of observing the movements of the troops of the Pan-Antis, who were vigorously attacking the dandelion fields and gooseberry vineyards.
It is easily distinguishable from that despised, but useful plant, by the scales upon its stem, the stalk of the dandelion being perfectly smooth.
The leaves and flowers of the dandelion open, moreover, simultaneously.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "dandelion" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.