white daisy

NOUN
  1. tall leafy-stemmed Eurasian perennial with white flowers; widely naturalized; often placed in genus Chrysanthemum
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How To Use white daisy In A Sentence

  • 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
  • Bryce was holding single flower in his hand - a fresh, white daisy.
  • The contents included a new American-style silver fridge, white daisy fairy lights and gas lamp.
  • It was a white daisy with its petals going in a few different ways; some were folding upward, while others were folded to the other side.
  • One of them was a small white daisy, which was named Tetramolopium sylvae. Starbulletin Headlines
  • 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
  • Almost everyone is familiar with the herb chamomile and its yellow and white daisy-like flowers that are used to make the popular tea.
  • Almost everyone is familiar with the herb chamomile and its yellow and white daisy-like flowers that are used to make the popular tea.
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