geranium

[ ji-rey-nee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF geranium
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To-day she had contrived to pick up some geranium blossoms, scarlet and pink.

He secured a berth on the Geranium, sailing from Liverpool, and cabled Brant to that effect.

I can tell a geranium, when I see it, and I know a heliotrope by the smell.

Call her the—the 'Geranium'—the 'Sunflower'—what's the name of that doll baby of yours?

It is not clear what point is referred to under Geranium pyrenaicum.

Scarlet for geranium; a larger portion of the scarlet with the crimson.

Sometimes the calyx is covered with down, as in geranium, primrose, etc.

He digs holes in the geranium bed to bury the bones you give him.

The first time I saw him he was digging in your geranium bed.

And snapping off a sprig of geranium, she pressed it to her lips.

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