flower

listen to the pronunciation of flower
Englisch - Türkisch
çiçek

Babam çiçekleri suluyor. - My father is watering the flowers.

Kız çiçekleri kokluyor. - The girl is smelling the flowers.

{f} olgunlaşmak
seçkin
çiçek açmak

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

çiçek vermek
{f} çiçeklen

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

olgunlaşma
açılıp gelişmek
{i} bahar

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

Baharda, çiçekler büyür ve ağaçlar çiçek açar. - In spring, flowers grow and trees bloom.

çiçek açan bitki
{i} şeref
süsleme

Odamı çiçeklerle süslemeyi seviyorum. - I like to decorate my room with flowers.

{f} serpilmek
olgunlaşmış veya kemale ermiş şey
{f} açılmak
{f} çiçeklenmek
seçkin veya güzide şey
{i} süs

Oda, parti için çiçeklerle süslendi. - The room was decorated with flowers for the party.

Odamı çiçeklerle süslemeyi seviyorum. - I like to decorate my room with flowers.

{i} çiçek açma

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

{i} seçkin şey
tezyinat
{f} gelişmek
buhardan toz haline gelmiş olan madde
fidan
flower embroidery
(Mukavele) Çiçek işlemesi
flower bed
tarh
flower garden
çiçeklik
flower garden
gülistan
flower head
çiçeklik
flower store
çiçekçi
flower bed
çiçek tarhı
flower bed
ocak
flower chain
çiçek zinciri
flower child
çiçek çocuk
flower gardening
çiçek bahçeciliği
flower girl
çiçekçi kız
flower people
barışçı hippiler
flower people
çiçek çocukları
flower pot
saksı
flower shop
çiçekçi dükkânı
flower store
çiçekçi dükkanı
flower-bearing
çiçekli
flower bulb
Çiçek soğanı
flower children
Gençler arasında özellikle 1960'ların sonlarında ortaya çıkan özgürleşme hareketinin bir kolu olarak, muhafazakar baskıları tamamiyle reddeden anlayıştaki insanlar; Hippiler; çiçek çocuklar
flower head
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kömeç
flower shop
çiçekçi dükkanı
flower store
çiçekçi dükkânı
flower-bunches
çiçek demetleri
flowers in flower pots
saksı çiçek
flower bed
çiçeklik

Çiçeklikten çiçek toplamaya gitmeyin yoksa yakalanacaksınız. - Don't go picking the flowers in the flower bed, or else you'll be caught.

Bahçenin ortasında bir çiçeklik vardı. - There was a flower bed in the middle of the garden.

flower bud
konca
flower child
çiçek çocuğu
flower child
hippi
flower girl
nikâh töreninde çiçek taşıyan küçük kız
flower girl
nikâhta çiçek taşıyan kız
flower path
(Tiyatro) çiçek yolu
flower piece
çiçek resmi
flower shop
çiçekevi
flower show
çiçek sergisi
flower stand
çiçek rafı
flower type
çiçek türü
flower window
çiçek penceresi
flowered
çiçek desenli
flowering
yükselme
flowering
{i} çiçeklenme
flowers
(Tıp) T oz halinde madde
flower pot
çiçek saksısı
flowered
çiçeklenmiş
flowering
çiçekçilik
flowering
çiçeklenen
lime flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ıhlamur çiçeği
sun flower
ayçiçeği
artificial flower
yapma çiçek
asexual flower
eşeysiz çiçek
asexual flower
nötr çiçek
flowered
çiçekli

Geppetto'nun cebinde bir kuruşu yoktu, bu yüzden oğluna çiçekli bir kağıttan küçük bir takım, bir ağacın kabuğundan bir çift ayakkabı ve biraz hamurdan küçük bir kep yaptı. - Geppetto did not have a penny in his pocket, so he made his son a little suit of flowered paper, a pair of shoes from the bark of a tree, and a tiny cap from a bit of dough.

Meryem çiçekli bir elbise giydi. - Mary wore a flowered dress.

flowered
{f} çiçeklen
flowered
çiçeklerle süslü
flowering
{f} çiçeklen
flowering
çiçekli
flowerless
çiçeksiz
imperfect flower
bir eşeyli çiçek
male flower
erkek çicek
monkey flower
miskotu
passion flower
çarkıfelek çiçeği
perfect flower
tam çiçek
single flower
basit çiçek
trumpet flower
boru çiçeği
Sun flower
Bkz. sunflower
cardinal flower
kardinal çiçek
christmas flower
Noel çiçek
cone flower
koni çiçeği
corn flower
mısır çiçek
fading flower
solan çiçek
female organ of a flower
Bir çiçeğin dışı organ
flowering
çiçeklenerek
flowers
çiçekler

Babam çiçekleri suluyor. - My father is watering the flowers.

Çiçeklerin ve ağaçların temiz havaya ve taze suya ihtiyacı vardır. - Flowers and trees need clean air and fresh water.

frost flower
don çiçek
in her flower of life
(deyim) Hayatının baharında, gençlik yıllarında
in his flower of life
(deyim) Hayatının baharında, gençlik yıllarında
in the flower of life
(deyim) Hayatın baharında, gençlik yıllarında

When we die in the flower of life, for example in an accident, our etheric body is so strongly attached to the physical that only a small part of the vehicle of vitality comes along.

plant flower
çiçek dikmek
ring flower
halka çiçek
sensitive flower
hassas çiçek
sultan flower
sultan çiçek
the middle of the flower
çiçeğin ortası
wall flower
duvar çiçek
wall flower
Duvar ya da kayalıklara tutunarak büyüyen, hoş kokulu, sarı ya da turuncu renkli bir çiçek türü
wild flower
yabani çiçek
artificial flower
yapma çiçek. artificial insemination suni/yapay dölleme
ball flower
gonca şeklinde süs
buttonhole flower
yaka iliğine takılan çiçek
come into flower
çiçek açmak
come into flower
çiçeklenmek
eastern pasque flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yel çiçeği
eastern pasque flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) rüzgar çiçeği
everlasting flower
kurutulabilen çiçek
everlasting flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ölmezotu
flowered
çiçek aç
flowering
parlak dönem
flowering
çiçeği bol
flowering
çiçek aç
flowering
{s} çiçek açan
male flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) erkek çiçek
monkey flower
misk otu
wild flower
kır çiçeği
Englisch - Englisch
The best state of things; the prime

She was in the flower of her life.

To reach a state of full development or great achievement
To put forth blooms
A plant that bears flowers, especially a plant that is small and lacks wood

We transplanted the flowers to a larger pot.

The best examples or representatives of a group

We selected the flower of the applicants.

The vulva, especially the labia majora
A colorful, conspicuous structure associated with angiosperms, frequently scented and attracting various insects, and which may or may not be used for sexual reproduction
Of plants, a state of bearing blooms

The dogwoods are in flower this week.

something that flows, such as a river
A reproductive structure in angiosperms (flowering plants), typically including sepals, petals, stamens, and ovaries; often conspicuously colourful

You know, Darwin studied their fertilisation, and showed that the whole structure of an ordinary orchid flower was contrived in order that moths might carry the pollen from plant to plant.

{n} the flossom of a plant, the prime
{v} to be in flower, bloom, froth, adorn
Collection of reproductive structures found in flowering plants More info?
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
To blossom; to bloom; to expand the petals, as a plant; to produce flowers; as, this plant flowers in June
Grain pulverized; meal; flour
A plant that bears flowers
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
The fairest, freshest, and choicest part of anything; as, the flower of an army, or of a family; the state or time of freshness and bloom; as, the flower of life, that is, youth
The reproductive structure of an angiosperm
When a plant is in flower or when it has come into flower, its flowers have appeared and opened. see also flowered. Reproductive portion of any flowering plant (angiosperm). Popularly, the term applies especially when part or all of the reproductive structure is distinctive in colour and form. Flowers present a multitude of combinations of colour, size, form, and anatomical arrangement. In some plants, individual flowers are very small and are borne in a distinctive cluster (inflorescence). Each flower consists of a floral axis that bears the essential organs of reproduction (stamens and pistils) and usually accessory organs (sepals and petals); the latter may serve both to attract pollinating insects (see pollination) and to protect the essential organs. Flower parts are arrayed usually in whorls, but sometimes spirally. Four distinct whorls are common: the outer calyx (sepals), the corolla (petals), the androecium (stamens), and, in the centre, the gynoecium (pistils). The sepals are usually greenish and often resemble reduced leaves; the petals are usually colourful and showy. Pollen is produced in the stamens. A pollen-receptive stigma rests atop each pistil. The pistil, made up of one or more carpels, encloses an ovary that contains the ovules, or potential seeds. After fertilization, the ovary enlarges to form the fruit. Flowers have been symbols of beauty in most civilizations of the world, and flower giving is still among the most popular of social amenities. crane flower cardinal flower thousand flowers flowering plant
The flower consists of four main parts supported by a pedicel The flower parts are attached to the pedicel by the receptacle Each floral part is referred to as a series The four floral series which comprise a flower are the calyx, corolla, gynoecium, and androecium The calyx and corolla are non-reproductive in nature while the gynoecium and the androecium are the reproductive parts of the flower
Strictly, an angiospermous reproductive structure bearing pistils or stamens or both, and usually sepals and petals The so-called flower of conifers is the male or female strobilus before and during pollination
{f} bloom, blossom; develop, mature; cover in flowers; decorate with a floral pattern
A substance in the form of a powder, especially when condensed from sublimation; as, the flowers of sulphur
the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
Refers to the green (on-line), red(off-line) and white/blue(indicator disabled for privacy, found in Security under Web Aware)ICQ flower
A figure of speech; an ornament of style
Flowers are small plants that are grown for their flowers as opposed to trees, shrubs, and vegetables. a lawned area surrounded by plants and flowers The flower garden will be ablaze with colour every day
In mosses the flowers consist of a few special leaves surrounding or subtending organs called archegonia
n [part of a plant which has a bright colour (She was upset so I sent her some ~s )] bunga
Flowering time by month and color, to help you plan your garden
To come into the finest or fairest condition
Honeywell machine, planned as a Multics platform in the 1980s Planned to be a 3-4x faster machine using gate array tehchnology provided by Honeywell's DoD-funded Very High Speed Integrated Circuit (VHSIC) program This machine was simulated but never built, and the project was canceled in March 1985 Story: "Flower"
An inflorescence that resembles a flower, but actually contains many small florets, such as a sunflower
The flower is the reproductive organ of the plant It contains both the female and male parts, but some are incomplete, having only one or the other See complete flower for details
Menstrual discharges
When something flowers, for example a political movement or a relationship, it gets stronger and more successful. Their relationship flowered. = blossom
That part of a plant destined to produce seed, and hence including one or both of the sexual organs; an organ or combination of the organs of reproduction, whether inclosed by a circle of foliar parts or not
{i} plant blossom, bloom; sprouting; prime, climax; best part of something; state of being in bloom, flourishing
To come off as flowers by sublimation
produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
To embellish with flowers; to adorn with imitated flowers; as, flowered silk
Ornamental type used chiefly for borders around pages, cards, etc
(grass flower) 2(-3) lodicules, (-1,-2) 3(-6)stamens, and pistil with 2(-3) stigma branches; flowers are within a and part of the floret
See Blossom, and Corolla
A complete flower consists of two essential parts, the stamens and the pistil, and two floral envelopes, the corolla and callyx
When a plant or tree flowers, its flowers appear and open. Several of these rhododendrons will flower this year for the first time
The reproductive part of a plant Flowers may be male or female only, or both male and female (complete)
To froth; to ferment gently, as new beer
A specialized shoot containing a short stem with four kinds of part, derived from highly specialized leaves: calyx; corolla; androecium; gynoecium
In the popular sense, the bloom or blossom of a plant; the showy portion, usually of a different color, shape, and texture from the foliage
- a part of the plant that is colorful and makes seeds
A flower is the part of a plant which is often brightly coloured, grows at the end of a stem, and only survives for a short time. Each individual flower is tiny. large, purplish-blue flowers
The reproductive part of a plant It is usually composed of petals, sepals, stamens, and a pistil
A flower is a stem of a plant that has one or more flowers on it and has been picked, usually with others, for example to give as a present or to put in a vase. a bunch of flowers sent by a new admirer
flower beds
plural form of flower bed
flower box
A comment in source code that spans several lines, each of which begins with an asterisk

I then modified the code we had written earlier to include a flower box.

flower box
A container in which flowers or plants are grown, usually affixed outside just below a window
flower boxes
plural form of flower box
flower child
A hippie involved with the flower power movement
flower children
plural form of flower child
flower flies
plural form of flower fly
flower girl
A participant in a wedding procession, whose responsibility is usually to spread flower petals on the floor before the bride, or to carry a bouquet of flowers
flower girls
plural form of flower girl
flower head
A compact cluster of florets having the appearance of a single flower (as in the daisy family)
flower heads
plural form of flower head
flower power
A counterculture started in the United States in the 1960s, advocating peace and love over militarism and materialism
flower-sweet
as sweet or attractive as a flower
flower arrangement
a decorative arrangement of flowers
flower arranging
Flower arranging is the art or hobby of arranging cut flowers in a way which makes them look attractive. the skill of arranging flowers in an attractive way
flower bed
a bed in which flowers are growing
flower bed
patch of ground cultivated with flowers
flower box
box containing soil that is used to hold flowers and plants
flower bud
a bud from which only a flower or flowers develop
flower bud
A bud that will develop into a flower
flower bug
Any of a group of bugs in the family Anthocoridae, which feed on insects that infest flowers
flower chain
flowers strung together in a chain
flower child
young person who rejects conventional values and espouses peace love and simple ideals (especially a hippie during the 1960s)
flower child
A hippie, especially one advocating universal peace and love as antidotes to social or political ills. flower children a young person in the 1960s and 70s who was against war and wanted peace and love in society
flower children
{i} young persons who reject conventional values and espouses peace love and simple ideals (especially hippies during the 1960s)
flower cluster
an inflorescence consisting of a cluster of flowers
flower de luce
(Botany) iris flower or iris plant; plant that was first chosen for the royal French symbol
flower garden
{i} garden of flowers
flower garden
a garden featuring flowering plants
flower gardening
the cultivation of flowering plants
flower girl
a woman who sells flowers in the street
flower girl
young girl that carries flowers in a wedding; girl who sells flowers
flower girl
A young girl who carries flowers in a procession, especially at a wedding. a young girl who carries flowers at a wedding ceremony
flower girl
a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession a woman who sells flowers in the street
flower girl
a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession
flower head
cluster of small flowers at the end of a stem (in composite plants)
flower head
a shortened compact cluster of flowers so arranged that the whole gives the effect of a single flower as in clover or members of the family Compositae
flower people
a youth subculture (mostly from the middle class) originating in San Francisco in the 1960s; advocated universal love and peace and communes and long hair and soft drugs; favored acid rock and progressive rock music
flower people
Flower children
flower power
Flower power is an old-fashioned way of referring to hippies and the culture associated with hippies in the late 1960s and early 1970s. the era of flower power. the ideas of young people in the 1960s and 70s who believed that peace and love were the most important things in life
flower power
a counterculture of young people in the US during the 1960s and 70s
flower shop
small shop that specializes in selling and/or delivering flowers and bouquets
flower show
exhibition of flowers, flower display, flower exposition
flower state
floridus, from florida flowery
flower state
Florida; a nickname, alluding to sense of L
flower-of-an-hour
annual weedy herb with ephemeral yellow purple-eyed flowers; Old World tropics; naturalized as a weed in North America
flame flower
plant with fleshy roots and erect stems with narrow succulent leaves and one reddish-orange flower in each upper leaf axil; southwestern United States; Indians once cooked the fleshy roots
flamingo flower
commonly cultivated anthurium having bright scarlet spathe and spadix
flamingo flower
A short-stemmed perennial (Anthurium scherzeranum) of Costa Rica and Guatemala, having a reflex, shiny, scarlet spathe and a spirally contorted, vermilion spadix. Also called pigtail
flannel flower
A Brazilian apocynaceous vine (Macrosiphonia longiflora) having woolly leaves
flannel flower
The common mullein
flannel flower
An umbelliferous Australian flower (Actinotus helianthi), often erroneously thought to be composite
flannel flower
The involucre looks as if cut out of white flannel
Bill Gates' flower flies
plural form of Bill Gates' flower fly
Bill Gates' flower fly
A species of flower fly from Costa Rica, scientific name Eristalis gatesi
Passion flower
Various vines of the genus Passiflora, with showy flowers of a structure symbolic of the passion of Christ
Paul Allen's flower flies
plural form of Paul Allen's flower fly
Paul Allen's flower fly
A species of flower fly from Costa Rica, scientific name Eristalis alleni
ball flower
An embellishment found on medieval buildings, consisting of a ball enclosed in the petals of a flower
balloon flower
A perennial herb, Platycodon grandiflorus, from Asia, having ornamental blue star-shaped flowers
bone-eating snot flower worm
a worm-like creature, Osedax mucofloris, that feeds on the carcasses of minke whales in the North Sea
corkscrew flower
A plant of the species Vigna caracalla, often used as an ornamental
crown flower
A large shrub, Calotropis gigantea, growing up to 4 meters tall, with clusters of waxy flowers that are either white or lavender in color
flowered
Simple past tense and past participle of flower
flowered
That has produced flowers
flowering
The action of the verb to flower
flowering
Present participle of flower
flowering
Having flowers that are opening

The apple trees are flowering.

in flower
flowering, blossoming, having flowers open
incomplete flower
A flower lacking sepals, petals, stamens, or carpels
paper flower
A plant, Bougainvillea glabra and its flower head, so called for the papery bracts
paper flower
A plant, the peach-leaved bellflower, Campanula persicifolia, and its flower
paper flower
A plant, Psilostrophe cooperi, and its flower
pasque flower
Various deciduous perennial flowering plants, of the genus Pulsatilla, found in clumps in certain grassland areas
pelican flower
Any of several tropical vines of the genus Aristolochia (especially A. grandiflora) the shape of whose flowers suggests a pelican
state flower
in the United States, the flower officially associated with each state
treasure flower
A gazania, any flowers of the genus Gazania, flowering plants found in Southern Africa, especially Gazania rigens
wishbone flower
A flowering plant, Torenia fournieri, having a pair of yellow stamens in the form of a wishbone
passion flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) An evergreen climbing plant of warm regions, with a complex flower said to suggest things associated with Christ's Crucifixion. [Genus Passiflora.]
wall flower
A European plant, Cheiranthus cheiri, of the mustard family, that, when growing wild on walls, cliffs, etc., has sweet-scented, usually yellow or orange flowers, but when cultivated has flowers varying in color from pale yellow to brown-red or purple
A flower
guld
A flower
guid
Chelsea Flower Show
a large flower show which takes place in London in May every year and is visited by people from all over Britain
apetalous flower
flower having no petals
artificial flower
man-made flower, fake flower made from plastic or fabric
artificial flower
a handmade imitation of a blossom
balloon flower
fragrant puffed-up white to reddish-pink flowers in long narrow clusters on erect stems; Arizona to New Mexico and Utah
balloon flower
An east Asian perennial herb (Platycodon grandiflorus) having large, star-shaped, often violet-blue flowers and grown as an ornamental
basket flower
annual of southwestern United States cultivated for its purple-rayed flower heads and its bracts that resemble small baskets
blanket flower
annual of central United States having showy long-stalked yellow flower heads marked with scarlet or purple in the center
blood flower
tropical herb having orange-red flowers followed by pods suggesting a swallow with outspread wings; a weed throughout the tropics
butterfly flower
shrub or small tree of Dutch Guiana having clusters of pink purple-streaked flowers any plant of the genus Schizanthus having finely divided leaves and showy variegated flowers
canarybird flower
a climber having canary-colored flowers
cardinal flower
A perennial lobelia (Lobelia cardinalis) native to central and eastern North America, having an elongate cluster of showy, brilliant red flowers. Any of several closely related species of the genus Lobelia, perennial plants of the lobelia family, native to North and Central America. All bear spikes of scarlet, lipped flowers on leafy stems up to 5 ft (1.5 m) tall. L. cardinalis and L. splendens, considered to be one species by some authorities, are taller than L. fulgens, the Central American parent species of the garden cardinal flower. The blue cardinal (L. siphilitica) is smaller than the others and has blue or whitish flowers
cardinal flower
North American lobelia having brilliant red flowers
cigar flower
A small bushy plant (Cuphea ignea), native to Mexico and Jamaica and widely cultivated as an ornamental and a houseplant for its red tubular flowers with white and violet tips that resemble lit cigars
cuckoo flower
common perennial native to Europe and western Asia having usually pink flowers with ragged petals
cuckoo flower
a bitter cress of Europe and America
cushion flower
tall straggling shrub with large globose crimson-yellow flowers; western Australia
cut flower
Any of various showy flowers used in fresh arrangements
disk flower
Any of the tiny tubular flowers in the central portion of the flower head of certain composite plants, such as the daisy
dry flower
{i} flower which has been dried and preserved
fading flower
flower which is growing old and losing its beauty; woman who was once beautiful but is now growing old
feminine flower
flower which has pistils but not stamens
fennel flower
nigella of Spain and southern France
fiesta flower
straggling California annual herb with deep purple or violet flowers; sometimes placed in genus Nemophila
flowered
Decorated with flowers, or images of flowers
flowered
resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"
flowered
{s} having flowers, decorated with flowers
flowered
Flowered paper or cloth has a pattern of flowers on it. She was wearing a pretty flowered cotton dress. = floral. decorated with a pattern of flowers = floral, flowery flowery
flowered
past of flower
flowering
bursting into flower; "flowering spring trees"
flowering
The act of adorning with flowers
flowering
{i} producing of flowers, blooming, blossoming
flowering
Flowering shrubs, trees, or plants are those which produce noticeable flowers. the flowering of sth when something develops in a very successful way
flowering
The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification
flowering
the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
flowering
a developmental process; "the flowering of ante-bellum culture"
flowering
{s} blooming, blossoming, sprouting, producing flowers
flowering
Having conspicuous flowers; used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc
flowering
Of a plant, that produces flowers
flowering
The flowering of something such as an idea or artistic style is the development of its popularity and success. the flowering of creative genius
flowering
Blooming
flowerless
{s} without flowers
flowerless
Having no flowers
flowers
the coloured part of a plant with petals
flowers
n These are plants that you like, usually having a bloom of some kind
flowers
third-person singular of flower
flowers
n Four special, nonidentical tiles, each associated with one Wind The are set aside as soon as drawn, replaced with a Loose Tile They are not used in melds, but do give points and possibly Doubles There exists another set of almost identical tiles called Seasons
flowers
All trees have flowers but not all are showy Some flowers have both male and female parts Other flowers may be only male or only female Sometimes, male and female flowers occur on separate trees The female parts consist of ovaries, stigmas, and styles The male flowers consist of stamens and anthers Petals or petal-like parts, when they are present, are usually associated with flowers that have female parts Ovaries occur at the base of a flower and have a tube, called a style, with a sticky end, called a stigma It is sticky to help catch pollen grains Fertilized ovaries will grow into fruits The anthers produce pollen, usually at the end of thin stalk called the stamen [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
flowers
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flowers
TOYS
flowers
{i} (Chemistry) fine powder which is a mineral substance after sublimation process; sublimed drug
flowers
plural of flower
flowers
Send FlowersSame Day
flowers
Flowers are a symbol of the beauty of nature and a sign of virtue for those who carry them Flowers are also used in the art as a purely decorative device The association between the Smiths/Morrissey and flowers has also influenced my use of them as members of the audience holding them as fans do at concerts
garland flower
A European evergreen shrub (Daphne cneorum) having fragrant rose, pink, or white flowers grouped in dense terminal heads
garland flower
widely cultivated low evergreen shrub with dense clusters of fragrant pink to deep rose flowers
globe flower
type of plant with globe-shaped yellow flowers
incomplete flower
A flower lacking sepals, petals, stamens, or pistils
josephs flower
A place of low resort, as for smoking opium
josephs flower
A plane for smoothing the surfaces of pieces which are to be accurately joi
josephs flower
One who, or that which, joints
josephs flower
Having joints; articulated; full of nodes; knotty; as, a jointed doll; jointed structure
josephs flower
A composite herb (Tragopogon pratensis), of the same genus as the salsify
josephs flower
To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
josephs flower
A projecting or retreating part in something; any irregularity of line or surface, as in a wall
josephs flower
A narrow piece of scenery used to join together two flats or wings of an interior setting
lace-flower vine
low-growing creeping perennial of Central America having deeply fringed white flowers; sometimes placed in genus Episcia
leather flower
woody vine of the southern United States having purple or blue flowers with leathery recurved sepals scandent subshrub of southeastern United States having large red-purple bell-shaped flowers with leathery recurved sepals
leather flower
scandent subshrub of southeastern United States having large red-purple bell-shaped flowers with leathery recurved sepals
leather flower
woody vine of the southern United States having purple or blue flowers with leathery recurved sepals
moccasin flower
once common rose pink woodland orchid of eastern North America
monkey flower
Any of various herbs or shrubs of the genus Mimulus, having variously colored, two-lipped flowers
narrow-leaved flame flower
similar to Talinum aurantiacum but with narrower leaves and yellow-orange flowers; southwestern United States
nepal trumpet flower
evergreen woody twiner with large glossy leaves and showy corymbs of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers
paper flower
Brazilian vine that tends to flower continuously
popcorn flower
Any of several plants of the genus Plagiobothrys, of western North America, having cymose clusters of small flowers with a white salverform corolla
rare flower
flower that is not often found
ray flower
A flower (floret) of the Asteraceae (sunflower) family that has a pistil or is neutral and has a three-lobed straped shaped lip
ray flower
small flower with a flat strap-shaped corolla usually occupying the peripheral rings of a composite flower
ray flower
A flower with a flat, strap-shaped corolla, found in members of the composite family, as the units of a flower head of the dandelion or the marginal units of a flower head of the daisy
ray flower
One of the flattened, petal-like outer flowers or florets ringing the disk in the heads of some composite flowers, such as the daisy (see also disk flower)
flower
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