While the train flashed through never-ending miles of ripe wheat, by country towns and bright-flowered pastures and oak groves wilting
in the sun, we sat in the observation car, where the woodwork was hot to the touch and red dust lay deep over everything.
Hayward had altered a little in appearance: his fine hair was thinner, and with the rapid wilting
of the very fair, he was becoming wizened and colourless; his blue eyes were paler than they had been, and there was a muzziness about his features.
Her revolt faded away, her spirit wilting
down into her tired flesh.
he shouted his loudest and most belligerent, as he ruffled like a bravo at the gutter-cat beneath him, so that he sent her crouching, with startlement, lower to the floor, her ears wilting
rigidly flat and down, her tail lashing, her head turning about the room so that her eyes might penetrate its obscurest corners in quest of the human whose voice had so cried out.
He felt himself wilting
under the lightly laid hand.
I felt a wilting
sensation, a sinking at the heart, and, I might just as well say, a giddiness.
2 = moderate or severe yellowing of leaves with or without wilting
, stunting, severe rot on taproot and secondary roots, crown rot with or without hypocotyls rot, and vascular discoloration in the stem,
We do not review the entire literature on plant wilting
but only those works that are relevant to the discussion and conclusions in this paper.
Here we document cases of avocado trees observed wilting
throughout Florida and the ambrosia beetles that have emerged from wood samples from those trees.
However, some strains invade the water-conducting tissue (xylem) and restrict the flow of water and cause wilting
If leaves drop without wilting
, it's likely that your plant has been put in hot or cold draughts, or hasn't enough light.
We don't have the conveyance capacity to move all this to the treatment plant, so we tend to spill into the inlet," explains Wilting