[ UK /dˈæfədˌɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈdæfəˌdɪɫ/ ]
  1. any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown
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How To Use daffodil In A Sentence

  • Fall is the time to plant the tulips, daffodils and hyacinths that bloom in the spring.
  • daffodils galore
  • The valley is quiet and serene, and right now is bursting with the energy and exuberance of spring - the trees are budding, the daffodils bobbing, the birds are busy, the lambs are bleating and there are calves suckling.
  • Not surprisingly, the twistiness of the daffodil was much higher (fourteen times higher, in fact) than its bendiness, explaining why these plants are far more likely to turn in the wind than to bend over.
  • n. - kind of liliaceous plant; daffodil; Literature, flower of the Elysian fields. bog asphodel, British grass-like moorland plant. asportation xml's Blinklist.com
  • This afternoon, whilst I was chatting to an elderly couple who wanted directions to somewhere, my eyes wandered to the car park verge and espied a single solitary daffodil blooming in the late winter sun.
  • People often wonder what to do when tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, Easter lilies, and other spring-blooming bulb flowers have faded.
  • The children, as well as planting trees, also planted more than 150 bluebell bulbs and, had the weather been better, they could have planted snowdrops and daffodils too.
  • Scrapbooks crammed with yellowed reviews overflow on to sheets the color of daffodils, a salmon satin blanket cover.
  • Crowds of daffodils and fields of asphodel meant nothing to the Clearys, living in a climate where neither could exist. THE THORN BIRDS
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