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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

delphinium flower

Usage examples (32)
  • The larkspur is a hardy plant, and there are both annuals and perennials in this family.
  • The more attractive and pretty of the British weeds -- as the common daisy, of which the poets have made so much, the larkspur, which is
  • Why should we call larkspur
  • The spur, on the other hand, reminded some people of parts of the lark; hence "larkspur," "lark's heel," and "lark's claw." for more
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