Another previous incident had caused calyx's mouth to bleed, calyx said, although Julie said she never saw any blood.
In October, Parker posted a photo of calyx with her cross-country teammates.
calyx flat, deeply 5-cleft, with as many bractlets at the sinuses, thus appearing 10-cleft.
Sometimes the calyx is covered with down, as in geranium, primrose, etc.
The calyx is deeply divided, and the limbs of the corolla are spreading.
Finish off with calyx and seed cup, as in previous instruction.
calyx narrowly ovoid or oblong, 5-toothed, obscurely nerved, naked.
The calyx is cut from lemon wax, shaded green and also brown.
calyx of same color as corolla, inferior, very small, 4-lobuled.
Notice what a different degree and kind of life there is in the calyx and the corolla.
1680s, from Latin calyx, from Greek kalyx "seed pod, husk, outer covering" (of a fruit, flower bud, etc.), from root of kalyptein "to cover, conceal" (see cell). The proper plural is calyces. Some sources connect the word rather with Greek kylix "drinking cup."
calyx ca·lyx (kā'lĭks, kāl'ĭks)
Variant of calix.
The sepals of a flower considered as a group. The calyx is the outermost whorl of a flower. See more at sepal.