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  • adj. Resembling a daisy, especially in shape or color

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  • adj. resembling a daisy


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daisy +‎ -like


  • Pyrethrins, which are naturally derived from daisylike flowers of certain species of Chrysanthemum, have been used for centuries.

    10 Next Steps

  • He took a daisylike flower from the table centerpiece and started to pick off the petals.

    The Golden Torc

  • To-night at her desk Miss Gussie Fink seemed a shade cooler, more self-contained, and daisylike than ever.

    Buttered Side Down

  • In California the flame-colored acres of poppies in some places, of white or yellow daisylike flowers in others, or of purple blossoms elsewhere have a softer expression than the bare soil of the desert.

    The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America

  • The plant grows to 4 feet tall and has daisylike yellow flowers with 13 petals each.

    The Seattle Times

  • Tansy ragwort is a plant that grows to 4 feet tall with daisylike yellow flowers, each with 13 petals.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • Some flower varieties, such as sunflowers, cosmos and coneflowers, develop daisylike seed heads, which turns them into organic bird feeders.

    The Seattle Times

  • The double flower has no jaws to snap, and the color blend includes soft shades of peach, yellow and light orange. with 3-inch daisylike flowers and globe-shaped seed heads. Chronicle


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