Origin of azalea
Examples from the Web for azalea
Contemporary Examples of azalea
Something named Rita Ora performed with Azalea, looking like Rihanna and singing like Katy Perry and lacking any of their energy.
In any case, Azalea instead performed her new single, “Black Widow.”
J. Lo introduced the pair, and, guys, J. Lo is a big, big fan and apparently recently worked with Azalea.
Azalea—then Amethyst Kelly—was born in Sydney and moved to Miami when she was 16.
Every artist is inspired by other musicians, and Azalea has even said that Stefani has influenced her sound.
Historical Examples of azalea
And then she left the azalea, and perched on the flat arm of his chair.Americans All
Azalea Adair and I had conversation, a little of which will be repeated to you.
Azalea Adair rose without surprise or emotion and disappeared.
I looked in my memorandum book for the address of Azalea Adair.
Azalea Adair breathed a soft apology and went to investigate the sound.
Word Origin for azalea
1753, coined by Linnaeus from the fem. of Greek azaleos "dry," related to azein "to dry up" (see ash (n.1)). The plant thrives in sandy soil.