sea pink

NOUN
  1. tufted thrift of seacoasts and mountains of north temperate zone; occasionally grown as a ground cover
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How To Use sea pink In A Sentence

  • Drifts of sea pinks coloured the soft grass of the cliff tops and house martins zipped by flashing their pure white rumps.
  • It was from Manorbier that I persuaded the children to join me in a walk along a small stretch of Pembrokeshire's 186 mile coastal path, threading between heather, sea pinks and campion along a volley of headlands.
  • It was from Manorbier that I persuaded the children to join me in a walk along a small stretch of Pembrokeshire's 186 mile coastal path, threading between heather, sea pinks and campion along a volley of headlands.
  • In the springy short turf along the coast grow species including sea pink, spring squill, bird's foot trefoil, sea campion, scurvy grass and sheep's bit which also transform some stretches of cliff into colourful ` hanging gardens’.
  • Drifts of sea pinks coloured the soft grass of the cliff tops and house martins zipped by flashing their pure white rumps.
  • VIOLA _palustris_, the STATICE _armeria_, or sea pink, a kind of burnet, the RANUNCULUS _lapponicus_, the HOLCUS _odoratus_, the common celery, with the ARABIS _heterophylla_. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 14
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