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night-flowering

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as night-blooming.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Interior Archive ENCHANTED EVENING | Heady scents and night-flowering plants draw you into the garden for cocktail hour.

    In the Mood for Fragrant Nights in the Garden

  • The plant is the only known night-flowering orchid and was collected by botanists on a field trip to New Britain, an island in the Bismarck archipelago.

    Unique night-flowering orchid found

  • Bulbophyllum nocturnum, which is the world's first known night-flowering orchid, which has been discovered near Papua New Guinea.

    Unique night-flowering orchid found

  • The air was laden with the rich smell of night-flowering plants, and half-glimpsed shadows darted across the stars.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • The air was laden with the rich smell of night-flowering plants, and half-glimpsed shadows darted across the stars.

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  • The air was laden with the rich smell of night-flowering plants, and half-glimpsed shadows darted across the stars.

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  • The air was laden with the rich smell of night-flowering plants, and half-glimpsed shadows darted across the stars.

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  • The air was laden with the rich smell of night-flowering plants, and half-glimpsed shadows darted across the stars.

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  • Who looks at the many colors of the world knowing the peace of the spaces and the eyes of love, who resists beyond suffering, travels beyond dream, knowing the promise of the night-flowering worlds sees in a clear day love and child and brother living, resisting, and the world one world dreaming together.

    Can’t Keep Silent « So Many Books

  • As we enter the jungle, the moist air is heavy with the breathings of a night-flowering plant, almost too sweet and rich to be pleasant.

    Last Leaves from Dunk Island

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