When he got them all in his hands, there came another order, and he gave them up to Bud.
What if Bud's company, (it was always Bud's company to them), what if his company should lose.
Gram smiled as Bud came forward, and he looked at her warily.
Grace here is glory in the bud; glory yonder is grace in the fruit.
Many branches were killed outright and failed to start or only a bud here and there would start.
Then followed her schoolmates and companions who each dropped in the bud she carried.
In a month after the operation, examine whether the bud has united with the stock.
It is what brought me here, Bud, when I was about your age and good for something.
Ought there not to be some word which an educated man like himself could give in haste to an ignorant boy like Bud?
Bud, trembling, hoped it might be O'Neill, and staggered to the archway.
bud late 14c., budde, origin unknown, perhaps from O.Fr. boter "push forward, thrust," itself a Germanic word (cf. Du. bot "bud," O.S. budil "bag, purse," Ger. Beutel), or from O.E. budd "beetle." The verb is c.1400.