(of flowers, esp primulas) having the stigma on a short style below the anthers, which lie in the mouth of the corolla on big stamensCompare pin-eyed
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Word Origin for thrum-eyed
C19: from thrum ², because of the ring of anthers visible at the neck of the corolla
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