[ UK /fɹˌæŋɡɪpˈɑːni/ ]
  1. any of various tropical American deciduous shrubs or trees of the genus Plumeria having milky sap and showy fragrant funnel-shaped variously colored flowers
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  • Our hotel had the most exquisite gardens with bonsai and frangipani trees everywhere.
  • The frangipani, gardenias and jasmine will all be in flower for Christmas.
  • Semi-tropical plants such as frangipani and hibiscus should not be moved until October when the ground is warmer.
  • At first it will be the details that go, the thick smell of the frangipani trees from the forest, the aphonic movement of the clouds. Justinker Diary Entry
  • The warm air outside was heavy with the scent of frangipani. A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES
  • We are sitting outside the council building, admiring what a local told us was the largest frangipani tree in the world.
  • And from our breakfast perch on the windowless hotel verandah high above a rainswept gorge almost overrun with verdant, luxuriant jungle dotted with palms, frangipani, hibiscus and pink orchids, the rain was positively uplifting.
  • There were red and purple bougainvillea flowers, scarlet and apricot hibiscus hedges, flame-of-the-forest trees and the sweetly scented waxy-white flowers of the frangipani trees.
  • In the evening, exotic birds make strange sounds and the night air is scented with tropical blooms like hibiscus, frangipani and bougainvillea.
  • I am told I am on Prospero's Isle, where the scent of the cempak flower is said to ease the pains of the world, where frangipani blooms rain down as harbingers of a storm, where even the poverty is wrapped in shiny banana leaves.
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