a low plant, Campanula rotundifolia, of the bellflower family, having narrow leaves and blue, bell-shaped flowers.
a plant, Endymion nonscriptus, of the lily family, having long, one-sided clusters of bell-shaped flowers.
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How to use harebell in a sentence
Her long-lashed, harebell blue eyes seemed to have widened and grown lovelier in their innocent look.In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim | Frances Hodgson Burnett
An Alpine harebell is as different from an oleander as I am from a natural-born artist.Rough-Hewn | Dorothy Canfield
She made me think of a harebell growing all by itself in a rocky place, with stubbly grass about and a wide sky overhead.Lotus Buds | Amy Carmichael
They repeated many of the things they had said on the previous day, and towards evening they found another flower, a harebell.Tales of Space and Time | Herbert George Wells
Often they make a dainty meal off the blossoms of the fringed blue gentian, the mariposa lily, and the harebell.The Rocky Mountain Wonderland | Enos A. Mills
British Dictionary definitions for harebell
a N temperate campanulaceous plant, Campanula rotundifolia, having slender stems and leaves, and bell-shaped pale blue flowers: Also called (in Scotland): bluebell
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