The Keeping Quilt hauling artificialhandkerchief flavor bouquet
In New York City her fathers work was hauling things on a wagon, and the rest of the family made artificial flowers all day. The boys are busy hauling firewood inside so we can make a fire in the fireplace before dinner. hauling: pulling or moving with force (page 158)
In New York City her fathers work was hauling things on a wagon, and the rest of the family made artificial flowers all day. The bowl of artificial fruit looked almost as good as real fruit. artificial: made by people, not natural (page 158)
To show he wanted to be her husband, he gave Anna a gold coin, a dried flower, and a piece of rock salt, all tied into a linen handkerchief. My aunt has a silk handkerchief with her initials stitched on one corner. handkerchief: cloth used to wipe the nose or face (page 160)
The gold was for wealth, the flower for love, and the salt so their lives would have flavor. The flavor of the soup was spicy and delicious. flavor: a particular taste (page 160)
My mother wore a suit, but in her bouquet were gold, bread, and salt. Sally picked daisies and clover to make a bouquet of flowers for her mother. bouquet: a bunch of flowers (page 161)
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