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While the young folks dance, the old folks play wallflower or cards, or take snuff or punch, or talk politics.
A CHANGED HEARTMAY AGNES FLEMING
It was a comical sight and Hopalong, the only wallflower besides Baum and the sheriff, laughed until he became weak.
Across walls and floors the brambles trailed, and the yellow wallflower crowned the ruins of the stonework everywhere.
A KING'S COMRADECHARLES WHISTLER
Snapdragon, wallflower, pansies, and hollyhocks are very easily grown from seed.
Our first species is the well-known Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri), of the order Crucifer.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Dolly had never known the sensation of being a wallflower, and for the first time her natural wit deserted her.
SKIPPY BEDELLEOWEN JOHNSON
Her skin was of the hue and smoothness of crudded cream, where not sunburnt to the brown of the wallflower.
It has a very branching habit quite from the base like a well-grown bush of the common wallflower.
Sweet is the rain the wind brings to the wallflower browned in the heat, a-dry on the crumbling stone.
FIELD AND HEDGEROWRICHARD JEFFERIES
There were not more than a dozen whitewashed houses, all set in little gardens of wallflower and daffodil and early fruit blossom.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN

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