Derived forms of proteaproteaceous (ˌprəʊtɪˈeɪʃəs), adjective
Word Origin for protea
Words nearby protea
How to use protea in a sentence
Protea at once changes her disguise to the ghost of Ulysses, and is in time to warn her lover of his danger.Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama|Walter W. Greg
We raced along a mile of sandy lane lined with firs and protea and heath, called, by reason of some virtue, 'The Ladies' Mile.'
We chose a little narrow pathway running up the hill from the middle avenue, winding through low protea-bush and silver-trees.
Their evolution is distinctly traceable in the soft grey silkiness on the back of the leaves of the large, yellow protea-bush.