Antonyms of WILLOW

Examples of usage:

  1. She took a single step backward, and rested one hand upon the top of a willow armchair. "The Last Woman" by Ross Beeckman
  2. She heard of such misfortunes around her- that a young lady here had loved in vain, and that a young lady there had been left to wear the willow; but such sorrows had never visited her roof; and she was disposed to think- and perhaps to say- that the fault lay chiefly in the imprudence of mothers. "The Claverings" by Anthony Trollope
  3. But don't forget there's a machine- gun yonder, thirty paces to the left of the willow stump, and they generally shove one of their posts out in front of that, sir. "With Haig on the Somme" by D. H. Parry
  4. The primeval willow, the church of Arghuri, the legend, or perhaps one should say, the superstition of the tetagush, and the legend of the wise men in search of the star of the East, enjoy a more restricted circulation. "Armenian Legends and Festivals" by Louis A. Boettiger
  5. One day she was hanging over the pond in a very graceful position, with her tail twisted carelessly around a willow branch. "Among the Pond People" by Clara Dillingham Pierson
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