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  • n. Plural form of hibiscus.

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Examples

  • The first rays of sunlight were glittering on the horizon and lighting the petals of the hibiscuses, forming a kind of arch of gold.

    Dreamseller: The Calling

  • Dozens of vases with roses, hibiscuses, daisies and tulips decorated the place.

    Dreamseller: The Calling

  • Beautiful chicks, bikinis, the promise of sex in the air like the smell of hibiscus—hibiscuses—hibisci—

    Kook

  • Gigantic hibiscuses, palm trees, wave silhouettes and the word "ALOHA" are standard at

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • The walls of the cozy, new 10-room shelter, are painted with large hibiscuses -- "It's like a lei of aloha," Samia said.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • If you ever wondered where the technicolor sunsets and flaming hibiscuses that define popular images of Florida got their start, come to Fort Pierce, where some of the artists still live and paint today.

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  • AgriLife Research creating unique winter-hardy hibiscuses

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • Research plant physiologist and forage agronomist in Vernon, is trying to add more colors to the world of hibiscuses.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • Winter-Hardy Hibiscuses (July 23, 2010) - With a little cross-breeding and some determination, plant physiologist and forage agronomist Dr. Dariusz Malinowski is trying to add more colors to the world of hibiscuses.

    Nature's gift for gardening may hold key to biodiversity

  • A nursery just outside Kumily caught our attention with its magnificent collection of huge Hawaian hibiscuses.

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