Nectar In A Sentence

Definition of Nectar

(intransitive) To feed on nectar. | (chiefly mythology) The drink of the gods. [from 16th c.] | (by extension) Any delicious drink, now especially a type of sweetened fruit juice. [from 16th c.]

How To Use Nectar In A Sentence?

  • Ambrosia and nectar for luncheon would scarcely have appealed to them under the circumstances!
  • But by noon my hunger was such that any state of anything edible was as nectar and ambrosia.
  • Anything would have been nectar and ambrosia served to the accompaniment of the music overhead.
  • It left him free to drink in the dregs of happiness, although the nectar itself was denied him.
  • Myra, belovedest, the nectar of your lips has increased my longing a thousandfold.
  • Bees and wasps make music in the tree-top, sucking the nectar out of the flowers.
  • This ape has eaten the peaches, has drunk the nectar and also swallowed the pills of life.
  • She drew in the nectar of honeysuckle, and tasted the Paradise flavor of the rose.
  • Nor all the nectar of the hills shall now Or glad the heart, or smooth the wrinkled brow!
  • While happy showers of nectar sweet imbue Their lips, as with an everlasting dew.
  • Now, it happened that Buster Bumblebee was sipping nectar from a head of clover near by.
  • Parnassus heights must surely pall; For simpler diet do you call, Of nectar growing tired?
  • Work without Hope draws nectar in a sieve, And Hope without an object cannot live.
  • Never was nectar more delicious than the water of this stream, nor downy pillow more welcome than the sod on its banks.
  • It is a very important honey plant, as it yields an exceptionally pure nectar and remains in bloom a long time.
  • She drank from the bottle, perhaps three ordinary swallows of the liquid, like nectar to her palate.
  • The men dive into their haversacks, and even the brackish water in the nearest sedge pond has a flavor of nectar and the invigoration of a tonic.
  • Even a dry crust of stale bread would have been welcome; a cup of the wishy-washiest tea would have been nectar of the gods.
  • Sheep-noses, left often on the boughs, will hold cold nectar after the black frosts have killed the last marigold.
  • As the bee collects nectar and departs without injuring the flower, or its colour or scent, so let a sage dwell in his village.
  • One of them, raising her goblet, by accident poured some nectar on Punica's dress.
  • According to the ancient poets the eagle carried nectar to Jupiter when he was hidden in a cave in Crete.
  • Those five gone, the others moved their chairs closer together around the table, and some fresh, foaming nectar was served.
  • On our way back we rested in a 'Soda-Fountain' refreshment room where we sucked nectar through straws.
  • His body was as straight as Circe's wand; Jove might have sipt out nectar from his hand.
  • Not a full blushing goblet could tempt me to leave it, Though filled with the nectar that Jupiter sips.
  • The pollen of this flower can only be removed by the base of the proboscis of some very large moths, when trying to get at the nectar at the bottom of the vessel.
  • Yet well I ken the banks where amaranths blow, Have traced the fount whence streams of nectar flow.
  • We gave a bound and a rush, and in another second we were all down on our stomachs sucking up the uninviting fluid as though it were nectar fit for the gods.
  • That yellow, muddy water must have been the nectar that Jupiter and the rest of the gods drank, when they were lounging about Olympus.
  • But, and a dark fury of jealousy flooded his heart as he thought, he could not witness another drinking the nectar while he was condemned to the dregs.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Nectar | Nectar Sentence

  • They are seeking for nectar which the flower secretes.
  • What nectar shall fill the bowl?
  • Still, he drank his nectar and was very glad.
  • No nectar that ever flowed tasted half so sweet.
  • With this nectar and a toast we may fitly close this chapter.
  • In hot weather this nectar often ferments and sours before the blossoms fall.
  • With that they took the first swallow of the nectar that Lub had brewed.
  • Mr. Emerson comes sometimes, and has been feasted on our nectar and ambrosia.
  • This genial nectar take and quaff," He spoke, and gave the lady half.

Other website visitors are viewing the following words:

Also learn how to use these words in a sentence