It has developed an oily outer coat and a fleecy undercoat, and eyes that shut tight to keep out water and infection with no haw , the third eyelid seen in the St. Bernard.
Eyelids which are to deeply pendant and show conspicuously the lachrymal glands, or a very red, thick haw , and eyes that are to light, are objectionable.
The haw moves across the eye horizontally, reaching from the inner corner to the outside of the eye and back. When not in use, the haw folds into the corner of the eye and is barely visible.
Where there were walls or hedges, bright orange rosehips, black sloes, red haws and yellow ivy bloom; a few bees, a small tortoiseshell butterfly.
After staring at the screen for an hour, hemming and hawing , I just said okay, write the damn thing.
We can still find around us an abundance of hips and haws and holly, but for our once proud elms, in the UK at least, we need a Constable.
Delicious jellies and marmelades can be made from these American haws .
Rodgers says the officer hemmed and hawed before phoning her supervisor.
The president hemmed and hawed , fretted and frowned, sputtered and stammered.
However, there appear to be lots of hips on the dog-rose, haws on the whitethorn and sloes on the blackthorn.