periwinkle

[ per-i-wing-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF periwinkle
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Periwinkle and Pearl were also there, taking their first skating lesson.

It was Periwinkle's voice however that called him back again.

In the heart of Periwinkle a new fire was kindled, a new shrine built.

She could easily sympathize with Periwinkle in his aversion for her.

Dark as were his thoughts his blue eyes were as soft as the periwinkle.

"You see, I brought her home," said Periwinkle to her grandmother, in confidence.

Periwinkle is one of the oldest flowers of the English garden.

This we gather from our knowledge of the Periwinkle, known in polite circles as the 'Wink.

Amongst the loose stones at the base of the taula the periwinkle was in bloom.

"No one but the King of the gulls can change you, my Periwinkle," said the merman, kindly.

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