[ US /ˈdeɪzi/ ]
[ UK /dˈe‍ɪzi/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of numerous composite plants having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in a single whorl
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How To Use daisy In A Sentence

  • The poorer the soil and the older the lawn, the better will be the flower display, but most park lawns will contain self-heal, daisy, achillea, and cat's-ear.
  • Butterflies enjoy the daisy family too, and there are a few that they especially love. Times, Sunday Times
  • A few kilometers outside the Park and summit area, congenerics found include the legume Adenocarpus foliosus, the bugloss Echium virescens and the daisy Argynantemum frutescens. Teide National Park, Spain
  • Being around Daisy Raymond made Rita draw back inside herself. HOUR OF THE HUNTER
  • Maybe he could benefit from being one of the ‘people dancing around in circles, holding hands with daisy chains in their hair’.
  • Despite its good-looking veneer, its breakneck pace, its daisy-chain of expert set-pieces, some crucial logic or motive appears to have been junked along the way.
  • Lots of red clover and bird's-foot clover in the fields, drifts of white daisy faces, and the sumac is almost ready to bloom. Sunday roadkill report
  • The chain sinnet aka chain braid, daisy chain, or monkey braid is a cable shortening and storing method that can be used to make stray cables a little more pleasing to the eye. Use A Chain Sinnet To Tidy Cables | Lifehacker Australia
  • Daisy had a small cupboard made recently and I managed to get it varnished this morning.
  • Burbank spent seventeen years hybridizing the common oxeye daisy with the English daisy, the German daisy, and the small but brilliantly white Japanese daisy. Jane S. Smith: Daisies, Weddings, and Making the Ideal Real
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