Definition of Celandines

1. Noun. (plural of celandine) ¹



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Definition of Celandines

1. celandine [n] - See also: celandine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Celandines

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ceilometer
ceilometers
ceils
ceinture
ceintures
cejkaite
cel
celB endoglucanase
cel shading
celadon
celadonite
celadons
celandine
celandine poppy
celandines (current term)
celatone
celeb
celebrant
celebrants
celebrate
celebrated
celebratedly
celebratedness
celebrater
celebrates
celebrating
celebration
celebrations
celebrator

Literary usage of Celandines

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1. Potter's American Monthly (1880)
"No; each succeeding day was warmer than the one before, the celandines spotted the grass every morning with their glossy golden faces, and at last an ..."

2. Sons and Lovers by David Herbert Lawrence (1922)
"And then the celandines ever after drew her with a little spell. Anthropomorphic as she was, she stimulated him into appreciating things thus, and then they ..."

3. The Lone Swallows by Henry Williamson (1922)
"Throughout the gusty winds of March dust-laden and with only the celandines to tell of hope, he had been piping by the brook, a wanderer whose notes would ..."

4. The Cambrian (1898)
"Then as the season advanced, the fields, literally covered with daisies, celandines, and other varieties of wild flowers, charmed many a delighted eye and ..."

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