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yellow daisy

noun

  1. the black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of yellow daisy1

First recorded in 1890–95

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Example Sentences

She lifted out the flowers with their dripping stems, and rearranged them carefully, placing a large yellow daisy in the centre.

The glow of the candle stub, like a yellow daisy in a cavern, spread petals of light for only a short distance.

The white chariots, with their yellow daisy wheels, are a wonderful sight in the early daylight.

In similar places grew a "yellow daisy" (Leptopoda), a single big head, of a deep color, at the top of a leafless stem.

A common mountain herb, with rather dark green leaves, and a small tuft of bright yellow daisy-like flowers.

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