Origin of peony
Words nearby peony
How to use peony in a sentence
Virginia artist Dongpei He, who is a native of China, paints peonies with a precision worthy of scientific illustration, but places the pink blossoms in loosely rendered environs.In the galleries: Biennial survey celebrates Mid-Atlantic artists of many mediums|Mark Jenkins|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
More often than not, Peony went with green, choosing to take care of both herself and Rita.
Her two previous novels, Snowflower and the Secret Fan and Peony in Love, were also bestsellers.
Sophy stepped over the dividing line, and the two sisters walked away to the peony settlement.Country Neighbors|Alice Brown
They saw a band of silent maidens who stood in a wilderness of blossoming peony flowers, that grew to the waters edge.
All the peony bed was tossed about like a troubled sea, and the pink and white petals flew like foam.
I have in mind a woman who, some years ago, invested in a rare variety of Peony.Amateur Gardencraft|Eben E. Rexford
I was not going to be a peony flaunting among thrifty modest vetches.The Late Miss Hollingford|Rosa Mulholland