- n. Plural form of carnation.
“Ambassador Bullitt was accompanied by his 13-year-old daughter, Anne, who received a large bunch of carnations from the American Club of Paris.”
“Mademoiselle stopped to gather some fine carnations; near the carnations was a rose-tree.”
“Perennial plants, such as carnations, pinks, and sweet-williams, may now be transplanted.”
“At this time of year, rely on potted blue hydrangeas or Persian violet, as well as blue cut flowers such as carnations and bellflowers.”
“I've never seen any kind of carnations around here, so that's pretty awesome.”
“Her idea for the centerpieces was to use an oversized martini glass filled with green-sprayed carnations yes, again with the green!”
“Now she ignored the signs and just looked in shop windows until she came to one displaying a huge bouquet of daisies and carnations and all sorts of other glorious blooms that had no right to exist in the wintertime.”
“The announcement of new support came the same day a few hundred gay rights supporters convened in Annapolis for a rally and delivered carnations to lawmakers on Valentine's Day.”
“Assorted colors of roses, spray roses, carnations (wouldn't do those again), and misty limonium as the filler.”
“I think it was this depression that made us to stand up and leave the scene for State Oil Academy to lay our carnations in front of the building in memory of those killed 11 days ago.”
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