Crossword clues for limes
Etymology 1 n. A boundary or border, especially of the Roman Empire. Etymology 2
n. (plural of lime English)
Limés is one of 54 parish councils in Cangas del Narcea, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern Spain.
Limes (pronounced "lee-mes") is a monthly Italian geopolitical magazine published in Italy.
Usage examples of "limes".
It’s nothing but limes now, for everyone is sucking them in their desks in schooltime, and trading them off for pencils, bead rings, paper dolls, or something else, at recess.
During the next few minutes the rumor that Amy March had got twenty-four delicious limes (she ate one on the way) and was going to treat circulated through her “set”, and the attentions of her friends became quite overwhelming.
But Amy had not forgotten Miss Snow’s cutting remarks about “some persons whose noses were not too flat to smell other people’s limes, and stuck-up people who were not too proud to ask for them”, and she instantly crushed “that Snow girl’s” hopes by the withering telegram, “You needn’t be so polite all of a sudden, for you won’t get any.
Davis had declared limes a contraband article, and solemnly vowed to publicly ferrule the first person who was found breaking the law.
It’s perfectly maddening to think of those lovely limes,” sighed Amy, with the air of a martyr.
She would fill her pockets with key limes and gather them in her skirt.
She carried key limes to her neighbors when she was hurting, lonely, and sad.
These days, not surprisingly, key limes are very difficult to find, thus making the dessert all the more rare and wonderful.
Scarpetta gets her limes from Florida Keys Key Lime Products by making generous donations to the Marine Resource Development Foundation, in hopes that science might yet save the precious fruit.
Juice whole lemons and limes (this morning she used two of each and included the pulp), and add several tablespoons of the freshest horseradish you can find.
Many were buying plantains, pineapples, papayas, limes, leeks, green chiles, and pimentos.
However, the green limes that I gathered were not only pleasant to eat, but very wholesome.
In order to do this, I gathered a great heap of grapes in one place, a lesser heap in another place, and a great parcel of limes and lemons in another place.
The great alley of limes soon became too long for feet that used to traverse it a hundred times in a day.