Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of lilypad.

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Examples

  • Now I wear it as I travel among the lilypads here in Mississippi.

    Best Fishing Hat Contest

  • She's pretty serious, while about 8 or more months pregnant she took off her shoes and got down to shorts that she had on under her pants to wade out past the lilypads and moss so she could cast her spinner and not get it caught immediately.

    Pink Gear for Serious Fisherwomen?

  • Wi-Fi is becoming a comparatively low-cost, high-bandwidth wireless technology that's being embedded in a growing number of devices as well as a growing number of locations, including vehicles and carrier hotspots, like proliferating lilypads of connectivity.

    Major Wi-Fi changes ahead

  • Speaking of climate-inspired lilypads, have you seen the proposal for solar lilypads in Glasgow's River Clyde?

    New Kiribati

  • “But asking me not to make jokes is like asking Monet to lose the lilypads.”

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  • Sabak Ha is very open at the surface and resembles a large pond or small, still lake with a coat of lilypads across its top.

    Interactive Dig Yucatán - Day Four

  • Most of the physically incarnate still live on Earth, but the lilypads floating beneath continent-sized hot hydrogen balloons in Saturn's upper atmosphere already house a few million, and the writing is on the wall for the rocky inner planets.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • There I sat, near the lilypads that gently lay upon the surface of the water -- water dyed red by the tiny lightbulb just beneath the surface that seemed as a fire submerged, yet somehow defiantly still burning.

    bard Diary Entry

  • One print ad shows a woman in a white bathing suit, floating in a cool blue pool of lilypads.

    Experiential Marketing

  • He could see his own reflection in a tiny pool edged with moss and lilypads, and he looked at himself for a moment, as fascinated as Narcissus.

    The Gunslinger

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