Definition of Hollies

1. Noun. (plural of holly) ¹



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Definition of Hollies

1. holly [n] - See also: holly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hollies

hollandaise sauce
hollandaises
hollandite
hollas
holler
holler out
hollered
hollerer
hollerers
hollering
hollers
hollidam
hollidams
hollied
holliers
hollies (current term)
hollingworthite
hollo
holloa
holloaed
holloaing
holloas
holloed
holloes
holloing
holloo
hollooed
hollooing
holloos
hollos

Literary usage of Hollies

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1. Holly, Yew & Box: With Notes on Other Evergreens by William Dallimore, Thomas Moore (1908)
"As the majority of the hollies form evenly balanced specimens with very little ... existence for a few years, the hollies usually thrive, form fine plants, ..."

2. Holly, Yew & Box: With Notes on Other Evergreens by William Dallimore, Thomas Moore (1908)
"As the majority of the hollies form evenly balanced specimens with very little attention to training, they are subjects that cause comparatively little ..."

3. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"Indulged in to excess, it has much the same effect as alcohol. China and Japan have thirty different species of hollies, ..."

4. The Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil (1855)
"Among the former will be found a collection of hollies and Rhododendrons —two important but much neglected families of plants. ..."

5. Trees that Every Child Should Know: Easy Tree Studies for All Seasons of the by Julia Ellen Rogers (1909)
"THE hollies No Christmas is Christmas truly without at least a few branches of the evergreen holly of the South, whose leathery, spiny-pointed leaves ..."

6. Wood and Garden: Notes and Thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Working by Gertrude Jekyll (1904)
"... early in the century—Collecting fallen leaves—Preparing grubbing tools—Butcher's Broom—Alexandrian Laurel—hollies and Birches—A lesson in planting. ..."

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