Usage examples for tangerine

  1. She successfully relieved him of the tension of his body and to be emitted of it like a squeezed tangerine in such a good rhythmic fingering would well compensate for the stress level of having to spend so much time with her. – Corpus of a Siam Mosquito by Steven Sills
  2. If fortune smile at last upon our perseverance, we shall see, clinging to the lower surface of the stone which we have lifted, an edifice of a weather- beaten aspect, shaped like an over- turned cupola and about the size of half a tangerine orange. – The Life of the Spider by J. Henri Fabre
  3. Tangerine trees grew wild everywhere. – My Father's Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett
  4. It was a tangerine – My Father's Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett
  5. He gathered some things that looked a cross between an orange and a tangerine and ate several, finding them delicious. – Bob the Castaway by Frank V. Webster
  6. " Did you say tangerine and ginger? – The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield
  7. Well, that taught my father a lesson, and after that he saved all his tangerine peels. – My Father's Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett
  8. The most popular groups included bands like Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream and Midnight Oil. – Underground by Suelette Dreyfus
  9. When she had slowly sucked up that beverage, prodding the slice of tangerine with her straws, they went out and took a cab. – Beyond by John Galsworthy
  10. There was Tangerine Willy, who first met them carrying a bag of oranges. – Carnival by Compton Mackenzie
  11. Each of the bread- envelopes proved to contain a peeled tangerine – Autobiography of a YOGI by Paramhansa Yogananda
  12. Green eyes, adores fruit, particularly tangerine oranges and nectarines. – The City Curious by Jean de Bosschère
  13. To this hour the scent of Tangerine oranges brings to her a strange, sick, helpless feeling of disillusionment. – The Literary Sense by E. Nesbit
  14. What about tangerine and ginger? – The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield
  15. After this, as they couldn't reach an agreement, they changed the subject to rum punch, and argued a good deal as to the right quantities of lemon and sugar and nutmeg; and whether it was or was not improved by the addition of brandy, and how much; and an orange or so, and how many; and a tangerine if you had it; and a tot of gin, if you had it left. – Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard by Eleanor Farjeon