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  • n. Plural form of heartsease.


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  • The pretty garden was there just as usual, a bed of heartseases was blooming in the sunshine, and the stocks and forget-me-nots were in full flower.

    Christie's Old Organ Or, "Home, Sweet Home"

  • The King made a present to Cavour, as a souvenir of the event, of a ring representing two heartseases.

    The Liberation of Italy

  • Great cabbage roses hung heavy-headed splendours towards purple-black heartseases, and thin-filmed silvery pods of honesty; tall white lilies mingled with the blossoms of currant bushes, and at their feet the narcissi of old classic legend pressed their warm-hearted paleness into the plebeian thicket of the many-striped gardener's garters.

    Robert Falconer


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