Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of marguerite.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I believe "marguerites" are daisies, and I know that "pensees" are pansies.

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • I believe "marguerites" are daisies, and I know that "pensees" are pansies.

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • They embroidered daisies (which they called "marguerites") and sunflowers and sumach and cat-tails and owls and peacock feathers upon plush screens and upon heavy cushions, then strewed these cushions upon floors where fathers fell over them in the dark.

    The Magnificent Ambersons; illustrated by Arthur William Brown

  • Guests will find pink marguerites, nasturtium leaves and flowers, primroses, borage flowers?

    Diary of a Spring Night in Rome by Cartier with Monica Bellucci

  • I remember the Sunday walks when my dear Mother always accompanied us; and I can still feel the impression made on my childish heart at the sight of the fields bright with cornflowers, poppies, and marguerites.

    Flowers and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

  • He decided to pick it as a centerpiece for his bouquet of marguerites, charlock and cornflowers.

    Tolstoy's Muslim Hero

  • Playing upon one of the meanings of her name, the king fondly--and proudly, given his sister's accomplishments--referred to her as "La Marguerite des marguerites," a pearl among pearls.

    A Pearl among Pearls: Marguerite de Navarre

  • Playing upon one of the meanings of her name, the king fondly--and proudly, given his sister's accomplishments--referred to her as "La Marguerite des marguerites," a pearl among pearls.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • We bought some marguerites, asters and some pink and deep red ones, plus some red ones to hang next to the entrance.

    Home sweet home.

  • “Young Ulysses” proposed I should go outside on the fields of asphalt and help him gather a few marguerites to decorate

    The Arrow of Gold

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