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calices

[ kal-uh-seez ]

noun

  1. the plural of calix.


calices

/ ˈkælɪˌsiːz /

noun

  1. See calix
    the plural of calix


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Autant de volontaires Parisiens bien armez et dorez comme calices.

By now the sun was up, and the celandine calices expanded into perfect golden stars.

Other naturalists, or rather other dreamers, made these insects spring from the calices of sweet-scented flowers.

I am learned, you see: Foecundi calices quem non fecere disertum?

When darkness comes on they contract, and the calices of the flowers close.

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