Origin of daffodil
Words nearby daffodil
How to use daffodil in a sentence
Baby’s breath, for example, needs a higher amount of sugar once the buds are open, while daffodils don’t benefit from sugary solutions at all.
With that, Ranger Mara traipsed off, leading the group through just-budding daffodils and flowering shrubbery to the site of her next lesson.
So we just keep moving with the uncertainty and bow to the daffodils where ever they grow.Be Bold, Be Proud, Speak Up: Raising Asian American Daughters Now|Susanna Schrobsdorff|March 21, 2021|Time
Something Sylvia was knowing of that sweet daffodil time in the heart of a girl before the hovering swallows dare to fly.A Hoosier Chronicle|Meredith Nicholson
"I think I know who committed the Daffodil Murder," he said steadily.
And there are Keats' and Shelley's well-known and beautiful lines which bring down the praises of the Daffodil to our own day.The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare|Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
In fact, I am not so certain that the daffodil is a native of China at all, though China's a mighty big place.
Note also his "Daffodil Fields," which is quite different from these and full of peculiar beauty.The Complete Club Book for Women|Caroline French Benton
British Dictionary definitions for daffodil
- a brilliant yellow colour
- (as adjective)daffodil paint