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For reply she led him to the room formerly occupied by her aunt, and showed him the tuberose in a quaint pot.
In her hands she carried the fragments of the pot which had held the tuberose.
It is the tuberose of our gardens, but growing with great vigour and luxuriance.The History of Sumatra|William Marsden
The tuberose is planted in rows in a similar way to the jasmin.
Dee had to admit it, but declared she thought a dog should smell like a dog and not like a tuberose; so the discussion ended.At Boarding School with the Tucker Twins|Nell Speed