Examples of carnation in a Sentence
The groom wore a carnation in his buttonhole.
Recent Examples of carnation from the Web
Mustard yellow, green and even carnation pink are popular choices.
Patchett, who sports a Wu-Tang tattoo on her calf, clutched gold carnations Monday in a nod to the group’s logo.
Violet and carnation are the two florals, both of which have their own fans.
Then again, Burch knows a thing or two about florals: Her Fall 2018 runway was covered in green moss and pink carnations.
Reassuring, the new scented candle further explores the mysteries of the heart: if the smell of carnation arouses memories of old lipsticks, touches of jasmine and vanilla picture a tropical landscape.
Garlands of vibrant carnations adorn the door frame of the 384-square-foot brick cottage at the Elizabeth Spencer Winery in Rutherford, built in 1872 as Rutherford’s post office.
Single and mixed bouquets of red, yellow and white carnations, purple roses, goldenrod, chubby pink ranunculus, delicate Queen Anne’s lace and buttery acacia stand in tall, cylindrical glass vases.
First, Jarvis went after the florists, protesting their marketing of those beautiful and ornate carnations.
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CARNATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of carnation for English Language Learners
: a pink, white, yellow, or red flower that has a sweet smell
CARNATION Defined for Kids
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