dahlia

[ dal-yuh, dahl- or, esp. British, deyl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dahlia
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My-Boot's nose was in full bloom, a regular purple Burgundy dahlia.

The girl was a little, tender black and white thing, looking like a dahlia.

The dahlia, we are told, first came from the valley of Mexico.

The dahlia dons its gay cockade, Its flaming cap the marigold.

Of course, without them, he could not have it any more than a dahlia, or a tulip.

I am quite sure that there is not so good a dahlia this year.

He flew to a dahlia stake, and from there again addressed the lady.

It is found in the tuber of the dahlia, in the dandelion, and some other plants.

Dahlia shepherded us to a quiet corner of the lounge and we all sat down.

Dahlia, for Heaven's sake come and tell us the arrangements for the day.

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