Definition of Pink-and-white everlasting

1. Noun. Flower of southwestern Australia having bright pink daisylike papery flowers; grown for drying.

Exact synonyms: Acroclinium Roseum, Pink Paper Daisy
Generic synonyms: Everlasting, Everlasting Flower
Group relationships: Acroclinium, Genus Acroclinium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pink-and-white Everlasting

pining
piningly
pinion and crown wheel
pinion and ring gear
pinioned
pinioning
pinionist
pinionists
pinions
pinite
pinites
pinitol
pinitols
pink-and-white everlasting (current term)
pink-collar
pink-eye
pink-eyes
pink-slipped
pink 'un
pink bollworm
pink calla
pink cigars
pink cockatoo
pink disease
pink disease fungus

Literary usage of Pink-and-white everlasting

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1. The Story of a Scandinavian Summer by Katharine E. Tyler (1881)
"and lovely pink and white everlasting. A big dog followed us from the house, as if to protect us in our ramble. We came back loaded with flowers—pressed ..."

2. Shining Ferry by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1905)
"... and old perennials and biennials such as honesty, sweet- william, snapdragon, the pink and white everlasting pea, with bushes of fuchsia, southernwood, ..."

3. Shining Ferry by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1905)
"... and old perennials and biennials such as honesty, sweet- william, snapdragon, the pink and white everlasting pea, with bushes of fuchsia, southernwood, ..."

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