Exemples de phrases

Choisissez une langue , puis tapez un mot ci-dessous pour obtenir des exemples de phrases pour ce mot.

Moss dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. You can use moss or bark.
  2. Now they were full of moss.
  3. A soft moss grew up the walls.
  4. Then I climbed into my moss pile.
  5. Thick growths of ferns and moss.

  6. If you decide on moss, choose sphagnum.
  7. Why, there isn't even a bit of moss! '.
  8. He rolled with agility on the soaked moss.
  9. Ivy and moss grow on some of the boulders.
  10. He packed the moss into the middle of the.
  11. Sphagnum is a premium moss for the orchids.
  12. Slimy moss and condensation covered the walls.
  13. A magnificent sight, though now covered in moss.
  14. Cover it all around completely with moist moss.
  15. There was moss growing in the shadowed corners.

  16. It is certain that it did not reach Barton Moss.
  17. He was cleaning moss from the engraved letters.
  18. Her heart raced as the flame enveloped the moss.
  19. Moss grew on the fallen rocks that were once walls.
  20. The moss started to burn; now she had a small fire.
  21. The green of the moss went well with the weathered.
  22. At this point, he even envied the course tree moss!.
  23. Moss and bark will breakdown overtime which is fine.
  24. He examined a pool where moss, algae and stuff grew.
  25. She walked on in front on the moss between the paths.

  26. And as we share tongues, the ancient moss is blurring.
  27. The conventional wisdom is that they dont gather moss.
  28. Loss moss or bark will hold nutrients better and longer.
  29. She found it, a moss covered stone near a lucaysha tree.
  30. Some years ago I worked with a young man named Gregg Moss.
  31. And cynicism is the moss which collects on a rolling stone.
  32. The travelers discerned a worn road through the shaggy moss.
  33. Their fur was drenched in the smells of green moss and mud.
  34. Yea well, she tends to rub off like moss on a bear's arse.
  35. But the land itself remained rather barren with moss forests.
  36. Allen, and he ran to Chevalier as her knees hit the soft moss.
  37. He put my palm on the moss and asked if I could feel anything.
  38. Moss and bark covered his torso; his long hair resembled grey.
  39. Oldest scuba diver: Saul Moss (Australia, b.
  40. Ruby had rolled into a ridge, made of rock and covered in moss.
  41. The musky smell of the moss under my feet was strong and humid.
  42. He knew the moss along with the water would make a good filter.
  43. I have to rummage around in the moss before I manage to find it.
  44. The trees, the rocks, perhaps even the enemy was covered in moss.
  45. It all dripped with moss and fungi and was choked with hair-vine.
  46. I laid him down on a bed of moss and tried to give him some water.
  47. When evening approached, I assembled another moss pile for sleeping.
  48. Here, out of my pocket, some moss which I pull'd off a live-oak in.
  49. Granite boulders were abundant along with rugged shrubbery and moss.
  50. Use peat moss or composted aged wood to maintain a balanced PH level.
  51. Chevalier watched her as she knelt on the moss and he quickly checked.
  52. The vegetation: dead, uprooted trees, slippery moss and thorny bushes.
  53. Or was it a squid? Moss and lichens rather blurred the precise details.
  54. They sped down the street of moss, blue and green stones and warehouses.
  55. Wear one sock on top of another and stuff dry grass or moss between them.
  56. Stinking of urea, dead moss and decaying animal matter, the air was thick.
  57. It still looked much the same as all the hedge, covered in moss and grass.
  58. He nodded dumbly and holding each other they sank to the deep moss of the.
  59. Rachel assisted Sean to a sitting position on a nearby moss covered stone.
  60. Once he was back on the grass, he brushed splinters and moss from his hands.
  61. Ten minutes later, we followed Stark’s car off the highway into Moss Beach.
  62. Blackberry burrowed his way into the moss and ivy round the base of the thorn.
  63. Stepping over a thick, tangled mass of moss and shrubbery, Ash glanced his way.
  64. She smiled, and prodded with her stick at a bit of moss in a crack in the wall.
  65. Despite the dampness of my clothes, the heap of moss provided good insulation.
  66. Ruby took a small amount of dried moss, and coaxed it carefully up to the flame.
  67. There is too much moss in the deep places, and too many deeper places below them.
  68. Mix it with grass and moss, and use a sharpened stick to force it between the logs.
  69. The Nungs rubbed phosphor�escent moss on each other's back to keep better contact.
  70. His footsteps were silent on the moss or mold-like plants covering most of the ground.
  71. She was walking through a forest, thick with ancient trees, covered in moss and vines.
  72. There existed a hollow way wherein one saw neither a single shrub nor a spear of moss.
  73. I got up and started gathering more of the hanging moss, looking for the driest bunches.
  74. The pond—though mostly free of moss, algae, and other water debris—looked the same.
  75. Most animal manure’s have a high PH and you must use peat moss, forest shavings, etc.
  76. The mint green moss on the branch crept all the way up the red-leaf’s roots and trunk.
  77. See the moss? The women would gather here to menstruate under the light of the full moon.
  78. A jagged stone was lying among the moss, and this also he carefully examined and retained.
  79. The mass of moss provided a little softness for them to land on, but it was still painful.
  80. I saw worms and spiders in the path where there had once been glorious green moss and grass.
  81. Morning was the smell of vines and grapes and moss in his room, a smell of shadowed coolness.
  82. The orchid has outgrown its container when the moss that it is planted on is already compact.
  83. Moss, fungi and humidity had drawn grotesque forms on the lock walls by the scourges of time.
  84. He started to strike again when he realized his foot had simply gotten caught in a clump of moss.
  85. So Edmond had to separate the branches or brush away the moss to know where the guide-marks were.
  86. If you want to extend the effective use of your potting material combine moss or bark with pumice.
  87. Moss and mildew encircled the base, creeping upwards, like the earth was reclaiming lost property.
  88. Half of it was covered up with dirt, but the rest had grass and moss growing out of its stone flesh.
  89. The bright green circle of moss under their feet created a vivid contrast against the white backdrop.
  90. The sun filtered softly through sheer brown curtains, and cast soothing light on the moss green walls.
  91. A compact moss holds less water limiting the activity of the roots of the orchid affecting its health.
  92. Looking around he can see the badly disguised footprints and scatterings of moss covered twigs and wood.
  93. All of a sudden the canopy of the forest opened up and there were a lot of moss covered ruins to be seen.
  94. Having found the ash, I then looked round and discovered the stump among the moss where he had tossed it.
  95. Malcolm can see where leaves had been thrown into the footprints along with moss covered twigs and branches.
  96. The land around it is full of cedars and pines, of woods flush with lilies in spring and moss in the autumn.
  97. Not quite the grey that they had seemed, the buildings were more a red and green, covered in lichen and moss.
  98. The first thing she saw, as her eyes adjusted to the darkness, was a stone ridge covered in moist green moss.
  99. We are sure that we'll spot them from the next elevation, but it's just moss and stones that stare back at us.
  100. Suzy soon returns with an armload of moss covered branches and drops them down besides the barbed wire fencing.

    Malheureusement, nous avons encore d' exemples de phrases pour ce mot.

  1. In his haste he tripped over a smaller, mossed covered root.
  2. Space was a black mossed well where life drowned its roars and terrors.
  1. The mosses were.
  2. On the park wall the mosses were green.
  3. Mosses and ferns of the United States, L.
  4. Mosses and Ferns of the United States, by L.
  5. He saw dark fish and bright fish, mosses and ferns.
  6. Mosses was on the path to be a future Prince of Egypt.
  7. Like Mosses and Buddha, he then had a vision from God, went on a holy.
  8. He realized the mosses and ferns were terrestrial, they were reflections.
  9. But good bye, good bye, old mast-head! What's this?—green? aye, tiny mosses in these warped cracks.
  10. None of the bark of the trees could be seen, for every bit of it was covered with other plants and mosses.
  11. None of the bark of the trees could be seen, for every inch of it was covered with other plants and mosses.
  12. A brisk, dancing, new-sprung wind was blowing up from Rainbow Valley, resinous with the odours of fir and damp mosses.
  13. The earthy fragrance of lush ferns and thick mosses permeated the air, mingled with exotic overtones of cinnamon and yeast.
  14. Thus I have given you Moulds and Mosses, which, mixt with Laudanum to kill the Pain, shall prevent the Festering of your Wound.
  15. If Spring had passed, the approaches to her stone were clothed with deep yellow-green mosses and feathery fine ferns alongside.
  16. Found several mosses and ferns in blossom; these last were covered with capsules or old fructification: they were Asplenium ebeneum, Aspidium marginale, Asp.
  17. When I’m five, but not quite brave enough, I go with older children to tramp through the ferns and mosses and scoop up slippery frogs in the panic of vanishing dusk.
  18. I watched the course of the little stream as it came in from the moor, and my fancy followed it to the top of the glen, where it must issue from an icy fountain fringed with cool ferns and mosses.
  19. The air was warm and moist and seemed to be infused with a sweet herbal fragrance, above and beyond the subtle scents of mosses and ferns clinging to every surface where the outside light could penetrate.
  20. I struggled trying to escape, and in the action pieces of mud and mosses were getting rid of my outfit, but it was useless, these guards seemed to have the superhuman Hercules force and they lifted us as if we were feathers.
  21. In the glens of the Morgai on the other side of the valley low scrubby trees lurked and clung, coarse grey grass-tussocks fought with the stones, and withered mosses crawled on them; and everywhere great writhing, tangled brambles sprawled.
  22. First picture: men walking up a mountain—that's Long Arrow and his party; men going into a hole in a mountain—they enter a cave looking for medicine-plants or mosses; a mountain falling down—some hanging rocks must have slipped and trapped them, imprisoned them in the cave.
  23. The wood was green as mosses of the Icy Glen; the trees stood high and haughty, feeling their living sap; the industrious earth beneath was as a weaver's loom, with a gorgeous carpet on it, whereof the ground-vine tendrils formed the warp and woof, and the living flowers the figures.
  24. She always went by way of the swamp; it was a lovely place—a boggy soil, green with the greenest of mossy hillocks; a silvery brook meandered through it and spruces stood erectly, their boughs a-trail with gray-green mosses, their roots overgrown with all sorts of woodland lovelinesses.
  25. The rambler, if he risked himself outside the four decrepit walls of this Marche-aux-Chevaux; if he consented even to pass beyond the Rue du Petit-Banquier, after leaving on his right a garden protected by high walls; then a field in which tan-bark mills rose like gigantic beaver huts; then an enclosure encumbered with timber, with a heap of stumps, sawdust, and shavings, on which stood a large dog, barking; then a long, low, utterly dilapidated wall, with a little black door in mourning, laden with mosses, which were covered with flowers in the spring; then, in the most deserted spot, a frightful and decrepit building, on which ran the inscription in large letters: POST NO BILLS,—this daring rambler would have reached little known latitudes at the corner of the Rue des Vignes-Saint-Marcel.

Share this with your friends

Synonymes pour moss