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lady's-earrings

[ ley-deez-eer-ringz, -ingz ]
/ ˈleɪ dizˈɪərˌrɪŋz, -ɪŋz /
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noun, plural la·dy's-ear·rings.(used with a singular or plural verb)

any of several plants having pendent flowers thought to resemble earrings, as the jewelweed or the fuchsia.

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Also called la·dy's-ear·drops [ley-deez-eer-drops], /ˈleɪ dizˈɪərˌdrɒps/, ladies'-earrings, ladies'-eardrops.
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