Origin of daisy chain
Words nearby daisy chain
How to use daisy chain in a sentence
As with all witch hunts, the daisy chain of accusations never ends.Bachmann, Gaffney, and the GOP’s Anti-Muslim Culture of Conspiracy|Jonathan Kay|July 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I lay on the grass in the cloisters, and the Daisy Chain hung from the sky, and was drawing me upwards.
Make a chain of roses, just as one makes a daisy chain, or a chain of any other flowers.The Pansy Magazine, June 1886|Various
"That is why you like to call us your Daisy Chain," said Ethel.
But 'young Margrett' was bending her head still lower, seemingly over her daisy chain.A Book of Quaker Saints|Lucy Violet Hodgkin
Father Brown threw away a daisy-chain he was making, and rose with a wistful look.The Wisdom of Father Brown|G. K. Chesterton
British Dictionary definitions for daisy chain
Other Idioms and Phrases with daisy chain
A series of connected events, activities, or experiences. For example, The daisy chain of lectures on art history encompassed the last 200 years. This metaphorical term alludes to a string of the flowers linked together. [Mid-1800s]
A line or circle of three or more persons engaged in simultaneous sexual activity. For example, A high-class call girl, she drew the line at daisy chains. [Vulgar slang; 1920s]
A series of securities transactions intended to give the impression of active trading so as to drive up the price. For example, The SEC is on the alert for unscrupulous brokers who are engaging in daisy chains. [1980s]