peony

Part of speech: noun

A plant bearing large showy flowers.

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Usage examples "peony":

  1. Did you tell me you had a peony? - "Ethel Morton's Enterprise", Mabell S.C. Smith.
  2. Now and then, however, when Violet and Peony happened to raise their voices, the words were as audible as if they had been spoken in the very parlour, where the mother sat. - "Famous Stories Every Child Should Know", Various.
  3. These will flower above the peony foliage. - "Making a Garden of Perennials", W. C. Egan.