He walked along the street without looking where he put his feet; and he walked in a direction which would not bring him to the place of appointment with another lady (an elderly nursery governess putting her trust in an Apollo-like ambrosial head).
Already he bowed his broad shoulders, his head of ambrosial locks, as if ready to receive the leather yoke of the sandwich board.
Suppose he should relent And publish Grace to all, on promise made Of new Subjection; with what eyes could we Stand in his presence humble, and receive Strict Laws impos'd, to celebrate his Throne With warbl'd Hymns, and to his Godhead sing Forc't Halleluiah's; while he Lordly sits Our envied Sovran, and his Altar breathes Ambrosial
Odours and Ambrosial
Flowers, Our servile offerings.
She washed her face with the ambrosial
loveliness that Venus wears when she goes dancing with the Graces; she made her taller and of a more commanding figure, while as for her complexion it was whiter than sawn ivory.
As he spoke the son of Saturn bowed his dark brows, and the ambrosial
locks swayed on his immortal head, till vast Olympus reeled.
and essential part of the fruit is lost with the bloom which is rubbed off in the market cart, and they become mere provender.
His door was barricaded by a set of ingenious bolts of his own invention, for the sieges were frequent by the neighbours when any unusually ambrosial
odour spread itself from the den to the neighbouring studies.
He beamed on her from the drawing-room door-- magnificent, with ambrosial
whiskers, like a god.
The ceremony was effective up to a certain point, and would have been wholly so throughout, if Miss Rugg, as she raised her glass to her lips in completion of it, had not happened to look at Young John; when she was again so overcome by the contemptible comicality of his disinterestedness as to splutter some ambrosial
drops of rum and water around, and withdraw in confusion.
The captain, in reply, described his niece's anxiety as something--something--something, in short, only to be indicated by shaking his ambrosial
curls and waving his jaunty cane.
22) "Beloved Walt Whitman: An Ambrosial
Night with His Devoted Friends and Admirers," The Globe [New York] (26 October 1890).
Euwallacea fornicatus is a clade of cryptic beetle species associated with several ambrosial
Fusarium species (Nectriaceae).