harebell

Part of speech: noun

A plant with blue bell- shaped flowers.

Part of speech: noun

A perennial herb with blue bellshaped flowers.

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Usage examples "harebell":

  1. He hardly knew a harebell from a peony. - "In a Little Town", Rupert Hughes.
  2. It was under a sky as blue as the cup of a harebell, It was by a red and yellow mountain, It was by a great river That we ran. - "Toward the Gulf", Edgar Lee Masters.
  3. Show a botanist a landscape, and he will tell you where to look for the lady's- slipper, the columbine, or the harebell. - "Wake-Robin", John Burroughs.