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- adj. Having or with petals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See petaled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of flowers) having petals
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As she places an intricately petalled pale pink, Sarah thinks: this is an act of grieving.
The toto, a small five-petalled white flower that grows in the rainy season, is worked into embroidered patterns with different petals, according to the taste of the individual artist.
Templates are available in PDF format and nearly every lens has a standard round hood and a petalled hood available.
Marvelled at how the petalled wings, paper-thin contained so much color and texture.
Neither babies - the shackled-moms 'nor the rose-petalled moms' - have committed any crimes yet.
The moment I saw the mourning brooch, matte black, a five-petalled flower (Forget-me-not?), I tried to skip past it.
Previously in this magazine I mentioned the Amy Clampitt poem with the exquisite few lines about the cheetah whose coat, when she ran, turned from a petalled garden into a sandstorm.
There followed, after this, a further quantity of such wheels joined two by two by an axle, or rather, since at the beginning these axles were quite thick, one could as well have described them as little crystal columns, decorated at each end with a six-petalled rose a little larger than their base.
It happened at the end of winter, in a year when the poppies were strangely slow to shed their petals: for mile after mile, from Benares onwards, the Ganga seemed to be flowing between twin glaciers, both its banks being blanketed by thick drifts of white-petalled flowers.
The stalk bears sturdy, bright yellow, five-petalled flowers, closely packed along the upper part of the stem.