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daylily

noun day·lily \ˈdā-ˌli-lē\

: a kind of plant that has long thin leaves and usually yellow or orange flowers that bloom for a short time

Full Definition of DAYLILY

:  any of various Eurasian perennial herbs (genus Hemerocallis) of the lily family that have short-lived flowers resembling lilies and are widespread in cultivation and as escapes

First Known Use of DAYLILY

1597

Rhymes with DAYLILY

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