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  • noun Plural form of aspidistra.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Plants were everywhere in shades of dark green, lightened in some places by paler ferns, delicate against the larger, stronger leaves of what looked like huge aspidistras.

    The Legacy

  • He stopped her in a quiet area between a row of white pillars and a row of aspidistras in huge brass urns.

    Worldshaker

  • There were marble statues on fluted plinths and dark-leaved aspidistras in terra-cotta urns.

    Worldshaker

  • He stopped her in a quiet area between a row of white pillars and a row of aspidistras in huge brass urns.

    Worldshaker

  • Mrs Honeyball, who reportedly makes her staff hold aspidistras and type with a pencil clenched in their teeth, would be a much more representative leader than Mrs Glennis Wilmott, the present Leader of Labour MEPs.

    Blogs by idiots

  • Reluctantly, Col emerged from the shelter of the urns and aspidistras.

    Worldshaker

  • Reluctantly, Col emerged from the shelter of the urns and aspidistras.

    Worldshaker

  • There were marble statues on fluted plinths and dark-leaved aspidistras in terra-cotta urns.

    Worldshaker

  • You will find it there among the plush curtains and the aspidistras.

    THE DIAMOND

  • You will find it there among the plush curtains and the aspidistras.

    THE DIAMOND

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