In the morning when he awoke, he began to search over hill and dale for this pretty flower; and eight long days he sought for it in vain: but on the ninth day, early in the morning, he found the beautiful purple flower; and in the middle of it was a large dewdrop
, as big as a costly pearl.
The bird put his tiny head on one side and looked up at him with his soft bright eye which was like a black dewdrop
I don't know where she was going, but we saw her run, such a little, little creature in her womanly bonnet and apron, through a covered way at the bottom of the court and melt into the city's strife and sound like a dewdrop
in an ocean.
Grantly melt, literally melt, like a dewdrop
in the sun.
Her teeth, fine, equal, and white, glitter between her smiling lips like dewdrops
in a passion-flower's half-enveloped breast.
Haven't you any dewdrops
, or mist-cakes, or cloudbuns?
Bead- ed dewdrops
stood upon the leaves and grasses.
The sun's heat is rarely strong enough to burn, even when it is focused by dewdrops
, as is sometimes the case in more tropical districts.
He noted the prismatic colors in all the dewdrops
upon a million blades of grass.
Then Ferko buried his face in the ground till his eyes were damp with dewdrops
, and in a moment he saw clearer than he had ever done in his life before.
Up went the sun at last out of a bank of clouds that were already disbanding in the east; a herald wind had already sprung up to sweep the leafy earth and scatter the congregated dewdrops
It was scarcely full blown; for some of its delicate red leaves curled modestly around its moist bosom, within which two or three dewdrops