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immortelle

[ im-awr-tel ]
/ ˌɪm ɔrˈtɛl /
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noun
an everlasting plant or flower, especially Xeranthemum annuum.
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Origin of immortelle

1825–35; <French, noun use of feminine of immortelimmortal; see -elle
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British Dictionary definitions for immortelle

immortelle
/ (ˌɪmɔːˈtɛl) /

noun
any of various plants, mostly of the family Asteraceae (composites), that retain their colour when dried, esp Xeranthemum annuumAlso called: everlasting, everlasting flower

Word Origin for immortelle

C19: from French (fleur) immortelle everlasting (flower)
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