Recent Examples of iris from the Web
Peony and iris plants, fresh cut flowers and floral arrangements.
Olivia remembers a time when Hannah brought her irises, her favorite flower.
Ashley McCrary was the third friend to be diagnosed, after finding black spots in her iris.
The 30-year-old environmental consultant in Delhi waited in line three times to sit in front of a computer that photographed her face, captured her fingerprints and snapped images of her irises.
Some people have observed injury to monocots like iris and daylilies, while others have not.
The front camera and rear cameras boast 8 megapixels and 16 megapixels respectively, and the phone has IP68 water and dust resistance, Samsung Pay, wireless charging, facial recognition, a 3,000mAh battery, and an iris scanner.
Employees often log in with a mobile phone, a fingerprint or an iris scan; cash registers come with digital log-ins.
Regretfully some like the peonies, iris and columbine still do not grow locally but others do.
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Origin and Etymology of iris
IRIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of iris for English Language Learners
: the colored part of your eye
: a plant with long pointed leaves and large blue or yellow flowers
IRIS Defined for Kids
medical Definition of iris
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