Usage examples for juiciest

  1. But the prettiest crown, and the rarest flower, and the juiciest bunch of berries were always for Narcissa. – Violet: A Fairy Story by Caroline Snowden Guild
  2. The Australian savage, when he has speared a kangaroo, makes his wife cook it, then selects the juiciest cuts for himself and the other men, leaving the bones to the women and dogs. – Primitive Love and Love-Stories by Henry Theophilus Finck
  3. Let others vex their souls and mutter the oddest sorts of imprecations because the fruit- fly cradles its pampered young in the juiciest of their oranges. – My Tropic Isle by E J Banfield
  4. I believe I know where there's the fattest, juiciest bugs! – Jean of the Lazy A by B. M. Bower
  5. Strawberries, oranges- the sweetest and juiciest I have eaten anywhere, except perhaps in Rio de Janeiro- bananas and cocoa- nuts, you have at will; but besides these there are during the winter months the guava, very nice when it is sliced like a tomato and eaten with sugar and milk; taro, which is the potato of the country and, in the shape of poi, the main subsistence of the native Hawaiian; bread- fruit; flying- fish, the most tender and succulent of the fish kind; and, in their season, the mango, the custard- apple, the alligator- pear, the water- melon, the rose- apple, the ohia, and other fruits. – Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands by Charles Nordhoff
  6. Indeed, the strawberry belongs to the juiciest time of the year. – Locusts and Wild Honey by John Burroughs
  7. Now I'll get the very juiciest worm in the pail. – The Adventures of Joel Pepper by Margaret Sidney
  8. Over it grew a clump of briar and thorn- trees, where one found the largest, juiciest blackberries; that too is gone, but, practically, the fields remain the same. – An Isle in the Water by Katharine Tynan
  9. The Great Sachem was swift to order, The rarest fish from sea or river, The juiciest of the small birds From the snares of the children, The tenderest fawn flesh From the arrows of the hunters, To be brought for the cooking kettles Of the strangers who trusted us. – The Fire Bird by Gene Stratton-Porter
  10. If she procured for him ripe berries, he testified his gratitude in a way which repaid her fondness- and the meat she gave him, though it was ever so old and tough, was to him the juiciest that ever touched the lips of man. – Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 3 (of 3) by James Athearn Jones
  11. Then Grethel called out to her master, " If the guest does not come, I must take the fowls away from the fire, but it will be a sin and a shame if they are not eaten directly, when they are juiciest." – Household Tales by Brothers Grimm by Grimm Brothers