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  • noun Plural form of auricula.

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Examples

  • It was not until her fresh field - blossoms had struck him on the cheek that he was emboldened to follow her and to send her the lyrical roses and auriculas which live forever in his poems.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • It was not until her fresh field - blossoms had struck him on the cheek that he was emboldened to follow her and to send her the lyrical roses and auriculas which live forever in his poems.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • She had the bright eyes of a country woman, an honest gaze, a cheerful tone, and chestnut hair held in place by a bonnet cap under a green bonnet decked with a shabby bunch of auriculas.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • She had the bright eyes of a country woman, an honest gaze, a cheerful tone, and chestnut hair held in place by a bonnet cap under a green bonnet decked with a shabby bunch of auriculas.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • We have no soldanellas and auriculas, and Alpine cowslips, no brilliant gentians and anemones.

    A First Year in Canterbury Settlement

  • There were two rows of auriculas by the path, very velvety and rich.

    Lady Chatterley's Lover

  • The roof was all of crimson roses, the windows of lilies, the walls of white carnations, the floors of glowing auriculas and violets, the doors of gorgeous tulips and narcissi with sunflowers for knockers, and all round hyacinths and other sweet-smelling flowers bloomed in masses, so that the air was perfumed far and near and enchanted all who were present.

    The Yellow Fairy Book

  • He wanted to know about the grafting technique my gardeners had been using with success on evergreen shrubs, how much sun was advisable on tulip beds, what proportion of cow-dung was added to the compost used for the auriculas, how much milk my cows yielded.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

  • He wanted to know about the grafting technique my gardeners had been using with success on evergreen shrubs, how much sun was advisable on tulip beds, what proportion of cow-dung was added to the compost used for the auriculas, how much milk my cows yielded.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

  • Cuttings of a multitude of perennials ought now to be secured and immediately planted: those of such important plants as chrysanthemums, pansies, snapdragons, stocks, and wallflowers, in particular; divisions of auriculas and polyanthuses may now be made.

    Little Folks (July 1884) A Magazine for the Young

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