noun, plural di·an·thus·es.
Origin of dianthus
Examples from the Web for dianthus
Historical Examples of dianthus
A similar malformation in Dianthus barbatus is not uncommon.
The Dianthus is a favourite flower for this purpose in Upper Germany.Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics
It may be doubted whether the Dianthus superbus of Miller's Dict.The Botanical Magazine, Vol. 9
Dianthus, dī-an′thus, n. the genus of herbaceous flowers to which carnations and pinks belong.
This Dianthus has the more interest from its similarity to the one described by Goethe, Metam.