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Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of passionflower.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For example, Adenia italicized is a genus if killifish and also of passionflowers.

    Zantedeschia elliottiana - The Panda's Thumb

  • The last time I drove up that way on a quest for passionflowers, naturally I seem to recall seeing a bunch of prickly pear cactus growing along the side of the road.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • After sufficient time reading and writing about wine, we feel comfortable invoking litchi fruit and passionflowers to describe a wine even if we wouldn't know either if we fell on top of them.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • I have been keeping my eye on those passionflowers fruits.

    We Begin « Fairegarden

  • Trailing vines, blossoming creepers, scarlet hibiscus, orchids, crimson passionflowers, parasitic plants of every imaginable variety, hung wherever one looked.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Flat, open passionflowers — red or white — with purplish-fringed centres, have a honey-smell, and make me think of long, hot, cloudless days, which seemed to have neither beginning nor end.

    Maurice Guest

  • The cloisters enclose a little garden just enough neglected to allow the lush dark ivy, the passionflowers, and the spreading oleanders to do their best in beautifying the place, as men have done their worst in marring it.

    Castilian Days

  • The green leaves of passionflowers, rain lilies, amaryllis and other potential blooms are unfurling at a speedy rate.

    SplicedFeed

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