daisy chain

NOUN
  1. (figurative) a series of associated things or people or experiences
  2. flower chain consisting of a string of daisies linked by their stems; worn by students on class day at some schools
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How To Use daisy chain In A Sentence

  • In your ideal fantasy world there will be people dancing around in circles, holding hands with daisy chains in their hair.
  • The Daisy Chains preschool group is now pressing ahead to make some alterations to a part of the local community centre to facilitate the new service.
  • Our only other small success is a fish we manage to coax into jumping on a daisy chain of plastic squids, but it misses the bait.
  • The biggest daisy chain I found was 100 artillery shells long. The Sun
  • In your ideal fantasy world there will be people dancing around in circles, holding hands with daisy chains in their hair.
  • This is called a daisy chain device. The Sun
  • And George Furth's "plotless" book, a daisy chain of episodes occurring in the mind (maybe) of the central character, Robert (Boyd Gaines), now seems absolutely right rather than daringly new. Sondheim's Marriage-Go-Round
  • A lot of families bring kids along in daisy chains, some of them on small bikes, Big Wheels and trainers. Slow Down, Bike Path Racer! « PubliCola
  • If I had chosen to spend the past few hours making daisy chains, this column would not have been written. Times, Sunday Times
  • GUARD: We have things we call daisy chain IEDs, and they set up one that looks very obvious, and then we get out of our vehicles, and then I see three or four right beside us. CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2005
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