Origin of columbine1
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Origin of columbine2
Other definitions for columbine (3 of 3)
Origin of Columbine
How to use columbine in a sentence
If those two boys who went on a shooting rampage at Columbine had an adult who cared, they might not have “descended into hell.”
In the eyes of the NRA, Rambo is as grave a threat to gun rights as The Fonz—or the director of Bowling for Columbine.Rambo Hates Guns: How Sylvester Stallone Became the Most Anti-Gun Celeb in Hollywood|Asawin Suebsaeng|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gun massacres like Newtown and Columbine can destroy communities, families, and schools.
But school-based arrests in Pennsylvania alone went up by 300 percent since Columbine.
“Before Columbine, juvenile crime had been coming down,” May said.
In a kind of manifesto, the Virginia Tech killer had written about the two Columbine killers.
Harlequin had recruited a columbine and a shepherdess, and he introduced these ladies as partners for the promised minuet.The Animal Story Book|Various
As a favourite garden flower, the Columbine found its way into heraldic blazonry.
As a garden plant the Columbine still holds a favourite place.
The many species of owls, too, have p. 187not been noticed; and no mention made of the Columbine tribe.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton
But any though he is, he is as capable of devotion to his Columbine as Punchinello, and remains faithfully mated year after year.Bird Neighbors|Neltje Blanchan