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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A plant cultivated or outstanding for its blossoms. A coloured or white part that a plant or tree produces before fruit or seeds.

Usage examples (31)
  • Whether a dress, a house, or a flower is beautiful is
  • There are two more buds growing now, so it should be in flower for quite a while - this flower is heading into its 3d week now.
  • I coach soccer and he is what we call a flower picker.
  • "You had a flower, or what you called a flower," said the girl. for more
Tutoring comment
  • The baker wore a flower (the colorful part of a plant) in her hair as she mixed flour (a fine substance, usually food, produced by grinding grain) with sugar.
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