- n. European biennial widely cultivated for its blue or violet or white flowers
“Mrs Cantrip took his cup and saucer and put them in the dishwasher.”
“His arthritically warped hands rattled the cup and saucer as he placed it in front of her.”
“Jean got up agitatedly to take the cup and saucer away from him.”
“He tapped the module and then handed her a cup and saucer in porcelain that bore no signs of a corporate logo: small blue flowers alternated with red-and-gold butterflies.”
“Carol set the china cup and saucer on the table beside Lanna’s bed.”
“Every morning at about 5 A.M. I have a cup of tea or coffee, and use Grandmamma Coleridge's old-fashioned silver cream-jug, and the cup and saucer which Augusta sent out years ago, my old christening spoon, and the old silver tea-pot and salver.”
“Since Mrs Faraday had her stick in one hand and the cup and saucer in the other, she made no attempt to shake hands, but bowed graciously, granting the young man one of her rare smiles.”
“On the floor, by the window in the hall, looking out upon the green, he found the broken cup and saucer that Martha Moulton had let fall.”
“Her godmother was bonne maman, and her godfather my uncle de Salabéry, who brought her a casket in which was a cup and saucer in enamel and also an enamel egg-cup and tiny, round egg-spoon, and this I thought very silly, since Eliane, like the cockchafer, ate only milk.”
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