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love-in-a-mist

[ luhv-in-uh-mist ]
/ ˈlʌv ɪn əˈmɪst /
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noun
a plant, Nigella damascena, of the buttercup family, having feathery dissected leaves and whitish or blue flowers.
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Origin of love-in-a-mist

First recorded in 1750–60
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love-in-a-mist

noun
an erect S European ranunculaceous plant, Nigella damascena, cultivated as a garden plant, having finely cut leaves and white or pale blue flowersSee also fennelflower
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