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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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  • And yet this blue-bird -- (one can't say "blue robin" -- I think we shall have to call him "bluet," like the cornflower) -- stays in Sweden, where it sings so sweetly...
  • He can make a bouquet from one violet, one bluet, and one hawthorn blossom.
  • Common forbs included asters, prairie bluet, prairie clovers, and black-eyed susan.
  • A sizable stack of felled logs lay to one side, and nearby lay a tangle of uprooted stumps, though several more, still rooted in the ground, poked through the heavy growth of... for more
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