Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See lavender.

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Examples

  • I hopped back into the car and we sped away. .but the scent of that brush with the lavander lasted on my skin & in the car for several hours longer.

    tresser - French Word-A-Day

  • She also gave me a purple box of purple glittery and lavander gauzy hair accessories

    Snell-Pym » A Snowy Birthday

  • Most of Al's presents he had giving me when it started snowing as they were all things to help keep me warm - reusable lavander and wheatgerm heat pads and a heated blanket.

    Snell-Pym » A Snowy Birthday

  • The last I went too was when I was pregnant and I bought some lavander knitted booties I thought well if its a boy they haven't got any flowers on them and he'll be too young to notice!

    Snell-Pym » Beltane Fun and a Little Sun!

  • Jean loves the boats and spent an age just walking around looking at them all - dad carrying my lavander sparkly tote bag which caused lots of hilarity in the shop were I bought him and Jean an ice-cream I'm still too sick for things like ice-cream.

    Snell-Pym » Getting Lost With Dad

  • So, I'm guessing the lavander wand is now safely tucked in the gentleman's sock drawer?

    fuseau - French Word-A-Day

  • I hopped back into the car and we sped away..but the scent of that brush with the lavander lasted on my skin & in the car for several hours longer.

    tresser - French Word-A-Day

  • It was very dreamlike, splashes of pale blue silk, ruffled french dresses and trembling, ice white alabaster skin, albert intensely kissing melodie, pressed up against a crumbling stone Chalet wall, the soft scent of lavander fields and warm baking bread lingering in the air.

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • The most amazingly thin blown lavander sugar bubble full of creme anglaise and lychee slices with rose notes, wonderfully sour blackberry, and a milk ice cream to tie it all together.

    Augieland:

  • Violets are in great favor, and are used for garters worn with lilac, lavander, delicate green or white costumes.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10

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