As with all witch hunts, the daisy chain of accusations never ends.
But she would not nibble the feast now; and closing "The daisy chain," begun to unpack her handbag.
It is more unintelligible than The daisy chain, though not quite so tiresome.
You could then say that you have often thought that the stars are God's daisy chain.
I was indulging in a little bit of philosophy while you were deep in the 'daisy chain.'
Kate lay on the sofa reading "The daisy chain" for the fourth time.
"That is why you like to call us your daisy chain," said Ethel.
Make a chain of roses, just as one makes a daisy chain, or a chain of any other flowers.
In a far corner of the room May is seated on a stool making a daisy chain.
Most improbable, I considered, and it didn't seem to me to check up with her statement that the stars were God's daisy chain.
Sexual acts shared or partly shared by more than two people at the same time in the same place; group sex (1941+)
To connect; link; chain: Up to 8 EXP-16's may be daisy-chained together for a total of 128 differential inputs (1990s+)
A bus wiring scheme in which, for example, device A is wired to device B, device B is wired to device C, etc. The last device is normally wired to a resistor or terminator. All devices may receive identical signals or, in contrast to a simple bus, each device in the chain may modify one or more signals before passing them on.
Characteristic of RS-485, of Apple's LocalTalk, and of various industrial control networks; also often used to describe Thinwire Ethernet (10base2).