Definition of Fairy bell
1. Noun. Tall leafy European biennial or perennial having spectacular clusters of large tubular pink-purple flowers; leaves yield drug digitalis and are poisonous to livestock.
Generic synonyms: Digitalis, Foxglove
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Literary usage of Fairy bell
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1. The Gordon Readers by Emma K. Gordon, Marietta Stockard (1918)
"Review m[s^ precious distress tions 196, 257, 258. sound words from sec- sta£f tinkle offered • THE fairy bell The brown fairies live inside the hills. ..."
2. The Sea-brownie Reader by John Walter Davis, Fanny Julien (1911)
""Well," said fairy bell. " You are not very polite. We are not going to eat you !" They sat and watched it. Pretty soon it opened again. ..."
3. Camp and Lamp by Samuel Mathewson Baylis (1897)
"AS floats the silvery tinkle of a fairy bell Calling the revellers to moonlit elfin-ring, The rhythmic tripping of the dainty Villanelle Ripples its ..."