Examples from the Web for immortelle
But there is an immortelle hung to these dark, crumbling walls that shall outlive the greenest trees now growing on earth.A Walk from London to John O'Groat's|Elihu Burritt
It will be hard for me to take a part in a masquerade, but the memory of my parents demands this immortelle from me.Freezing a Mother-in-Law|Thomas Edgar Pemberton
In January or February the immortelle sheds its leaves and bursts into a crown of flame-coloured blossom.The Food of the Gods|Brandon Head
Immortelle, im-mor-tel′, n. any one of the flowers commonly called everlasting.
I put out my hand and touched a yellow blossom; it felt like an immortelle on a funeral pillow.The Mystery of Choice|Robert William Chambers
British Dictionary definitions for immortelle
Word Origin for immortelle
Word Origin and History for immortelle
"flower which preserves its shape and color after being dried," 1832, from French fem. of immortel "undying" (see immortal).