Usage examples for apple

  1. This apple made all the noise, or, rather, was the cause of the bells jingling. – Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's by Laura Lee Hope
  2. A heavy apple falls. – Poems by Edward Shanks
  3. Go on, nothing- with Milly looking like a lovely pink apple blossom! – Andrew the Glad by Maria Thompson Daviess
  4. And the next morning after that, when they woke up, the whole orchard was under water, and every apple gone. – The Other Girls by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  5. Think of an apple tree thus patient! – A Rambler's lease by Bradford Torrey
  6. The moon already had risen and in its clear light the old apple trees and the poplars that lined the driveway appeared like aged sentinels, twisted and gnarled. – The Go Ahead Boys and the Mysterious Old House by Ross Kay
  7. The evening light spread golden over the apple trees in the orchard. – The Obstacle Race by Ethel M. Dell
  8. Dame Grumble would not permit Freyo to go near the Apple Tree. – The Green Forest Fairy Book by Loretta Ellen Brady
  9. In the compound words tree- apple and apple tree, we have the same elements differently arranged. – The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham
  10. I'm hungry, shall we eat the apple – Five Little Starrs in the Canadian Forest by Lillian Elizabeth Roy Elizabeth Colborne
  11. Ah, chillen," the apple woman shook her head, " she's the blessin' o' the world. – Jewel's Story Book by Clara Louise Burnham
  12. Now, look out, Dave, 'cause I'm goin' to climb up th' apple tree. – The Adventures of Joel Pepper by Margaret Sidney
  13. Then she climbed as high in the apple tree as she could get and dared them to come and join her. – Peggy in Her Blue Frock by Eliza Orne White
  14. He then drew the old man aside and said, " You good, faithful old soul, take care of that girl as the apple of your eye, for she has only one equal in the world. – His Sombre Rivals by E. P. Roe
  15. Odours of spring flower and apple blossom were in the soft wings of the wind. – Darrel of the Blessed Isles by Irving Bacheller
  16. She is just the apple of his eye. – When London Burned by G. A. Henty
  17. Out of the two hundred apple trees only nine were left. – Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales by Leo Tolstoy
  18. I'll race you to that nearest apple tree! – Explorers of the Dawn by Mazo de la Roche
  19. And was the little boy allowed to eat the apple afterwards? – Mr. Punch with The Children by Various
  20. Something to do with that apple you stole, I suppose? – Martin Hewitt, Investigator by Arthur Morrison