- The mule and the dun chewed on the greasewood bushes or what sage there was, but both were weakening.Chapters 101-102 (79% in)
- He's seen more Indians that turned out to be sage bushes than any man I know.Chapters 7-8 (26% in)
- " "A dead dentist ain't a sage bush," Call said.Chapters 7-8 (26% in)
- In the shimmering mirages the men were always mistaking sage bushes for Indians.Chapters 44-45 (26% in)
- "Yep, that's a big tribe of sage bushes," he would say.Chapters 44-45 (27% in)
- Instead of being chalky and covered with tough sage, the rolling plains were covered with tall grass and a sprinkling of yellow flowers.Chapters 93-94 (0% in)
There are no more uses of "sage" in Lonesome Dove.
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