Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of spiraea.

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Examples

  • The garden still has color, the blood grass is still reddish and the magic carpet spiraeas are full of magic.

    After Thanksgiving 2009 Muse Day* « Fairegarden

  • The spiraeas were in bloom, and the monthly roses; you could always find a sweet violet or two somewhere in the yard; here and there splotches of deep pink against gray cabin walls proved that precocious peach-trees were in bloom.

    Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis

  • The spiraeas were in bloom, and the monthly roses; you could always find a sweet violet or two somewhere in the yard; here and there splotches of deep pink against gray cabin walls proved that precocious peach-trees were in bloom.

    Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis

  • The spiraeas were in bloom, and the monthly roses; you could always find a sweet violet or two somewhere in the yard; here and there splotches of deep pink against gray cabin walls proved that precocious peach-trees were in bloom.

    Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis

  • The spiraeas were in bloom, and the monthly roses; you could always find a sweet violet or two somewhere in the yard; here and there splotches of deep pink against gray cabin walls proved that precocious peach-trees were in bloom.

    Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis

  • The long shadows of the maples and beeches stretched towards the placid surface of the lake, dimpled here and there by a fish's swirl: the spiraeas were laden as with freshly fallen snow, a lone Judas-tree was decked in pink.

    A Modern Chronicle — Volume 08

  • The long shadows of the maples and beeches stretched towards the placid surface of the lake, dimpled here and there by a fish's swirl: the spiraeas were laden as with freshly fallen snow, a lone Judas-tree was decked in pink.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • The long shadows of the maples and beeches stretched towards the placid surface of the lake, dimpled here and there by a fish's swirl: the spiraeas were laden as with freshly fallen snow, a lone Judas-tree was decked in pink.

    A Modern Chronicle — Complete

  • Inasmuch as perfume serves as an attraction to the more highly specialized, aesthetic insects, not required by the spiraeas, our meadow-sweet has none, in spite of its misleading name.

    Wild Flowers Worth Knowing

  • The spiraeas were in bloom, and the monthly roses; you could always find a sweet violet or two somewhere in the yard; here and there splotches of deep pink against gray cabin walls proved that precocious peach-trees were in bloom.

    Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis

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