cyclamen presents curved surfaces, while narcissus makes her tube top narrow.
Then taking a cyclamen from her mother's shoulder, she rose and offered it to the Professor.
Something like this is cyclamen, sometimes cultivated as a house plant.
After Derry had gone, Miss Emily stood looking at the cyclamen on the shelf.
Better to place these pots of cyclamen on the window-sill, Mademoiselle, if you please.
She carried with her a Noah's Ark, and a precious pot of cyclamen.
For a flower that does hide itself, take a lily of the valley, or the bell of a grape hyacinth, or a cyclamen.
cyclamen, sik′l-men, n. a genus of Primulace, native to southern Europe.
Although the cyclamen is a tender plant, it does not need a strong heat, and will not endure extremes of any kind.
There are several varieties of cyclamen, but the most common is persicum, and many catalogues name no other.