Definition of Reflowers

1. Verb. (third-person singular of reflower) ¹



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Definition of Reflowers

1. reflower [v] - See also: reflower

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reflowers

refloored
reflooring
refloorings
reflorescence
reflorescences
reflourish
reflourished
reflourishes
reflourishing
reflow
reflowable
reflowed
reflower
reflowered
reflowering
reflowers (current term)
reflowing
reflown
reflows
refluctuation
refluence
refluences
refluent
refluous
reflux
reflux condenser
reflux condensers
reflux conjunctivitis
reflux laryngitis

Literary usage of Reflowers

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1. Poems of American History by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1908)
"Its ashes breed The undying seed Blown westward till, in Rome's imperial towers, Athens reflowers; Still westward — lo, a veiled and virgin shore! ..."

2. Flora australiensis: a description of the plants of the Australian territory. by George Bentham, Ferdinand von Mueller (1870)
"along the lower side, tapering at the top, the limb ovoid-globular, reFlowers hermaphrodite. Perianth irregular, the tube oblique, ..."

3. Live Issues in Classical Study by Karl Pomeroy Harrington (1910)
"Its ashes breed The undying seed Blown westward till, in Rome's imperial towers, Athens reflowers; Still westward — lo, a wild and virgin shore ! ..."

4. The Great Remembrance and Other Poems by Richard Watson Gilder (1893)
""THE WHITE CITY" Blown westward till, in Rome's imperial towers, Athens reflowers; Still westward—lo, a veiled and virgin shore! in Say not, " Greece is no ..."

5. The Natural History Review: A Quarterly Journal of Biological Science by Armagh Natural History and Philosophical Society, Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society, Cork Scientific and Literary Society, Cuvierian Society of Cork, Dublin University Zoological and Botanical Association, Literary and Scientific Instit (1854)
"69. lations subsisting between forms of the so-called hermaphrodite FOLLOWING up his important discovery of the remarkable sexual reflowers of Primula and ..."

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