He was found pierced through with his own sword on primrose Hill.
Sometimes the calyx is covered with down, as in geranium, primrose, etc.
Now, look here, primrose and Daisy and I have been making up such a lovely plan.
"Well, I haven't given her up yet, Mrs. primrose," he said bluntly.
The Hawk-Moth said something about having to go and thinking that the primrose honey was not so good as usual.
Everyone was invited on board the primrose, for a farewell party.
The primrose blossoms have a scent; not strong, but very sweet and pleasant.
The trip on the primrose was bad enough, but it wasn't below the surface.
In shape they are like a primrose, but the petals are pale pink and each has a tiny notch in the outer edge.
The first primrose bloom of the glowing day came over the hills.
late 14c., prymrose, from Old French primerose, primerole (12c.) and directly from Medieval Latin prima rosa, literally "first rose," so called because it blooms early in spring (see prime (adj.)). As the name of a pale yellow color, by 1844.
Parallel name primula (c.1100) is from Old French primerole, from Medieval Latin primula "primrose," shortened from primula veris "firstling of spring," thus properly fem. of Latin primulus, diminutive of primus; but primerole was used in Old French and Middle English of other flowers (cowslips, field daisies). The primrose path is from "Hamlet" I, iii.