daisy

Part of speech: noun

A flower having a yellow disk with white or rose- colored rays.

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Usage examples "daisy":

  1. Daisy had one, too. - "Patty's Social Season", Carolyn Wells.
  2. Because, as I told you, Daisy, a man must know things, or he cannot get on in the world. - "Daisy", Elizabeth Wetherell.
  3. John moved on, murmuring, " Well, yo' does han'some and yo' is han'some, Daisy, and that's why I loves you." - "The Trumpeter Swan", Temple Bailey.