- picot stitch,
- picramic acid,
Origin of picotee
Examples from the Web for picotee
Seeds saved from one plant, may produce both Carnations and Picotee, or even from the same seed-pod.Talks about Flowers.|M. D. Wellcome
Picotee recollected herself, and hastily drew in her impulses.
It was her conductor Menlove, now returned again, whom Picotee had quite forgotten.
At hearing the very merciful nature of the punishment, Picotee sighed without replying; and Ethelberta despatched her note.
He then drove on with Picotee to the inn, which was not far off, and Sol returned again to Enckworth.