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  • n. Plural form of snapdragon.


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  • Here, there is a common name in English - "snapdragons", a perfect word to haunt a nightmare scene!

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • Antirrhinums, commonly known as snapdragons, are annuals to remember when thinking about spring plantings.

    The Advertiser-Tribune

  • (which other people call snapdragons) of the loveliest colors to plant in the little garden known as Joan's Corner.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • Nice to see the colourful patch of “mufliers”/“gueules de loup” ( 'snapdragons') on the far right of the photo.

    sarcler - French Word-A-Day

  • I send beautiful roses surrounded by snapdragons and pansies to the entire family.

    Paradis - French Word-A-Day

  • We are putting on a play using snapdragons as characters.

    The Memory Palace

  • I built all of Africa in a day: tiny plastic babies arranged in a circle, snapdragons for lions, and small animals made from clay.

    The Memory Palace

  • Mrs. Bente grows neat little rows of marigolds, snapdragons, and petunias.

    The Memory Palace

  • It's no coincidence that B&Bs are run by recently retired people with a sudden surplus of time on their hands, free to obsess about garden waste recycling, the symmetry of next door's hanging snapdragons and whether an A5 sheet bearing the words "poached eggs served at 8am" placed wonkily in a welcome folder should equal a £20 discount from the asking price of a room.

    Grace Dent's TV OD: Three In A Bed

  • A small pot of Home Depot's exclusive snapdragons, Snap Happy and Snap Daddy, costs $5.98 in Texas.

    The Garden Gloves Come Off


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