or wild flow·er
- the flower of a plant that normally grows in fields, forests, etc., without deliberate cultivation.
- the plant itself.
Origin of wildflower
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Contemporary Examples of wildflower
“I always want to be a sort of bad-ass, and I always come out smelling like a wildflower,” she told me.Judy Collins's New Book: Suicide, Alcoholism, Nude Photos, and More
December 3, 2011
Historical Examples of wildflower
But it was only an innocent autumn wildflower, perilously blooming.Mr. Prohack
E. Arnold Bennett
Quite in contrast to this wildflower is a potted plant, of whom Cooper is almost equally fond.A History of American Literature
Percy H. Boynton
He picks a wildflower nudging its face through calloused stone and watches the juice break onto forward skin.The Land of Look Behind
Paul Cameron Brown
"If you know anything simpler than a wildflower, I'd like to be shown it," retorted Blue Bonnet.Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party
C. E. Jacobs
Here is more "May-flower" or marsh marigold; let us take some; it will make a bright show in our wildflower cluster.