Thesaurus / dahlia
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The writing of a letter to Dahlia had previously been attempted and abandoned as a sickening task.

Tears sprang to her dark eyes and the hand which Miss Dahlia held was trembling.

Nan of the GypsiesGrace May North

Just, also, to his family; to his possible posterity; and just to Dahlia.

Dahlia replied with letter upon letter; blindly impassioned, and again singularly cold; but with no reproaches.

And, maybe, people had been a little hard upon Dahlia, and the girl was apt to take offence.

They may be increased by division of the root, as in the Dahlia, or by cuttings.

The newer varieties of Dahlia—especially the "decorative" section—are superb for cutting.

Amateur GardencraftEben E. Rexford

Near the orange-house were several clumps of flowering plants, amongst them some fine varieties of the dahlia.

It's really quite dreadful about Dahlia and the poor Professor, isn't it?

A Court of InquiryGrace S. Richmond

Dahlia, will you do me the favour to speak two or three words with me before I go?

WORDS RELATED TO DAHLIA

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.