Definition of wildflower
: the flower of a wild or uncultivated plant or the plant bearing it
Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
Recent Examples of wildflower from the Web
Instead, Petty fixated a bit on his 1994 Rick Rubin-produced Wildflowers, technically a solo album that nonetheless heavily featured the Heartbreakers.
Wildflowers growing near the German fields might also have provided extra resources that could have made the bees more resilient.
In each shady stone artery a glass window displays Genoese specialties—tiny crisp, fried anchovies, stuffed eggplant, oven-roasted snails, golden pancakes of farinata, torte of chard and herbs, gelati in wildflower hues.
At your feet, vast carpets of wildflowers spread in all directions.
Moderate to difficult Length: 9 miles round trip Rolling mountain views and summer wildflowers – it’s the quintessential payoff on a northwest hike.
The forest floor was alive with bursts of wildflowers: purple wild geraniums and violet shooting stars and red trilliums.
The park is packed with 3.3 million acres of glaciers, wildflowers and water.
Brewers particularly like the Texas honey because the native nectar sources include tallow, cotton, mesquite, in addition to natural wildflowers from the Hill Country.
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First Known Use of wildflower
WILDFLOWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wildflower for English Language Learners
: a flower that grows in natural places without being planted by people
WILDFLOWER Defined for Kids
Definition of wildflower for Students
: the flower of a wild plant or the plant bearing it
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