Definition of Honeybells

1. Noun. African shrub having decumbent stems and slender yellow honey-scented flowers either solitary or in pairs.

Exact synonyms: Hermannia Verticillata, Honey Bell, Mahernia Verticillata
Group relationships: Genus Hermannia, Hermannia
Generic synonyms: Bush, Shrub



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honeybells

honey plant
honey plants
honey pot
honey pots
honey trap
honey traps
honey urine
honey wagon
honey wagons
honeybadger
honeybadgers
honeybag
honeybags
honeybee
honeybees
honeybells (current term)
honeybird
honeybirds
honeybug
honeybugs
honeybun
honeybunch
honeybunnies
honeybunny
honeybuns
honeybush
honeybushes
honeycake
honeycakes
honeycomb

Literary usage of Honeybells

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1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1880)
"When we were young girls people called us the two wild Mistress honeybells ; but we were both tamed—both taught discretion and obedience. ..."

2. Black Evan: A Tale of the "forty-five" in Verse by Julia Ditto Young (1901)
"He aspired to hear A thousand plaudits ring upon his ear, The honeybells of music dropping down From waving wings and ..."

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