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Example sentences for "huckleberry"

Lexicographically close words:
hubris; hubs; huc; huccome; huckleberries; huckster; huckstering; hucksters; huddle; huddled
  1. The varied green of huckleberry bushes is everywhere.

  2. Huckleberry bushes, fearless even of so unfriendly a surface, started from every depression among the rocks.

  3. Huckleberry Cake= Pick over and wash and flour well one cupful of fresh huckleberries.

  4. Juno would, I am sure, but you do not know how dear it is to me, or how I long for a sight of the huckleberry hills and the rocks where Helen and I used to play, Helen is a darling sister, and I know you will like her.

  5. We turn his pages and we see The Mississippi flowing free; We turn again and grin O'er all Tom Sawyer did and planned With him of the ensanguined hand, With Huckleberry Finn!

  6. By the middle of August he had written several hundred pages of a story which was to be a continuation of Tam Sawyer --The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

  7. In the Mississippi book he had used a chapter from the story he had been working at from time to time for a number of years, 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'.

  8. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' was officially published in England and America in December, 1884, but the book was not in the canvassers' hands for delivery until February.

  9. It was decided that a cut of it should be used as a frontispiece for the new book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

  10. Webster had the new Mark Twain book, 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn', well in hand, and was on the watch for promising subscription books by other authors.

  11. Clemens decided to have the Huckleberry Finn book illustrated after his own ideas.

  12. The other tale--the unfinished and less considered one was 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'.

  13. Now the oak leaves were turned yellow and brown; the huckleberry bushes in duller hues of the same; moss was dry and crisp, and ferns odorous in the warm air.

  14. And these huckleberry bushes are very thick.

  15. Here all was wild; the ground strewn with rock and encumbered with low growth of huckleberry bushes, brambles, and ferns.

  16. He has always been a conscientious artist; but no amount of industry could ever have produced a Huckleberry Finn.

  17. It is interesting to remember that before this pronouncement was published, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn had been read by thousands.

  18. There is no allusion in his book to Tom Sawyer or Huckleberry Finn, nor does the critic seem to regard their creator as in any sense a novelist.

  19. Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn are prose epics of American life.

  20. The other masterpiece, Huckleberry Finn, is really not a child's book at all.

  21. His two wonderful boys, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, are wonderful in quite different ways.

  22. It is only after some such explanation as this that we can understand the supremacy among all Mark Twain's writings of "Huckleberry Finn.

  23. His preoccupation with letter-perfection is thrown into a significant light by the style of "Huckleberry Finn.

  24. Here we have the note of Huckleberry Finn, who is not so much at war with the tribal morality as impervious to it, as impervious as a child of another epoch.

  25. Do we need any other explanation of the abandon, the beauty, the eternal freshness of "Huckleberry Finn"?

  26. Finally he settled back and became immersed in the perennial delight of "Huckleberry Finn.

  27. But in the depths of the woods, where little sunshine can reach the ground, there is but little underbrush of any kind, only a very light growth of huckleberry and rubus and young maples in most places.

  28. The common huckleberry of the northern states is G.

  29. Oh, boy, we had huckleberry pie for supper, and didn't Westy and I have two helpings!

  30. Often Elizabeth must make quite a circuit among cat-briars and huckleberry bushes and young underwood, or keep the path at the expense of stepping up and stepping down again over a great stone or rock blocking up the whole way.

  31. She hesitated, and turned, A few bounding and plunging steps amid rocks and huckleberry bushes brought her where she wished to be.

  32. The huckleberry expedition was agreed upon at dinner, Mr. Landholm being, as he always was when he could, very agreeable.

  33. In utter silence they drove swiftly along the road, through the woods and out upon the crest of tableland overlooking the bay; just above the shore where the huckleberry party had coasted along, that afternoon years before.

  34. Points of stone, beds of moss, cat-briar vines and huckleberry bushes, in every direction; and between which of them lay that little invisible track of a footpath?

  35. He jumped from the boat and away he went up the bank, through a thick growth of young wood and undergrowth of alder and dogwood and buckthorn and maple and huckleberry bushes.

  36. The boat coasted along the shore, down to the head of the bay, where the huckleberry region began; and then drew as close in to the bank as possible.

  37. Just what you like--chicken salad with mayonnaise, and deep-dish huckleberry pie.

  38. And, oh, yes, a piece of huckleberry pie.

  39. It seemed to him that no lobster ever looked redder, no mayonnaise yellower, no pistache ice-cream greener and no huckleberry pie purpler.

  40. Why, the whole top of the Bald above Foeman's Bluff, and the broad shelf below it, were covered with huckleberry bushes!

  41. Huldah drew back silently, inch by inch, and instinctively pulled her black calico sunbonnet over her red curls as she crouched down among the huckleberry bushes.

  42. Gettin a lamp at what looked like a juicy huckleberry pie, I pointed to it and said in my company tone of voice "Please give me a big dose of that huckleberry pie.

  43. We began the long ascent over Huckleberry Hill and as I smelt the fresh autumn odour of the leaves I chuckled a little.

  44. No summary of Harris's work can be better than his own comment once uttered upon Huckleberry Finn: "It is history, it is romance, it is life.

  45. Huckleberry Finn's floating journey down the river on his raft has in it something of the spirit of The Odyssey and Pilgrim's Progress and Don Quixote.

  46. Huckleberry Finn says of a timber raft, "It amounted to something being captain of that raft.

  47. All I remember is a delightful feeling that Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn and Mississippi Pilot were quite true, and that I could almost recognise the very reaches down which Huck and Jim had drifted.

  48. In Huckleberry Finn, a much better book, the author depicts the life of the Middle West as seen by a homeless vagabond.

  49. The most widely read of Mark Twain's works are Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

  50. In the shadow of a large rock grew dwarf huckleberry bushes, wild strawberry vines, and among grasses of many varieties grew patches of white and pink-tinted Alsatian clover.

  51. The corner in Muscogee Air Line, was as evasive as a huckleberry in a mouth bereft of its armament.

  52. She pointed to a high, sandy bluff, overgrown at the top with scrub-oak, stunted pines and huckleberry bushes.

  53. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "huckleberry" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.