flower[ flou-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF flower
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOWER
The elms are in tenderest leaf, the hawthorn bursting into flower.
My plan was to reduce each man's ration of flower from 7lbs.
No; the steam-engine is the better thing, for it has the soul of a man in it, and the flower has no soul at all.
If God be not, then steam-engine and flower are in the same category.
She will like this flower, and she will like you to bring it to her.
In these moments, the strength of him, nourished by suffering, was putting forth its flower.
They are of the sort that only come to flower with perfect tendance.
She was small and slender, but no one had ever likened her to a flower.
A doze in the coach is the flower of dozes, when you are alone.
May this flower keep a sweet smell, long after I have bidden you good by.