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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Common European perennial having showy yellow and orange flowers.

Usage examples (19)
  • Herbs and cabbages rise from the borders where Mr Darwin grew common toadflax.
  • Subject line on the e-mail I am least likely to open this week: "Correction: Dalmatian toadflax story."
  • "What d-ye think your father will do, " he inquired, swishing his stick casually through a patch of toadflax, -once ye've wed and left his house?
  • Her fingers shook a little as she took a few blossoms of creamy-yellow toadflax he had picked for her out of their vase and laid them tentatively against her gown. for more
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