Definition of Marguerites

1. Noun. (plural of marguerite) ¹



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Definition of Marguerites

1. marguerite [n] - See also: marguerite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marguerites

margo zygomaticus alae majoris
margosa
margosas
margravate
margravates
margrave
margraves
margravial
margraviate
margraviates
margravine
margravines
margs
marguerite
marguerite daisy
marguerites (current term)
mari complaisant
maria
mariachi
mariachis
marialite
marian lithotomy
maricite
maricolous
maricons
maricopaite
mariculture
maricultures
mariculturist

Literary usage of Marguerites

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1. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"... OF marguerites "A little, passionately, not at all?" She casts the snowy petals on the air; And what care we how many petals fall? ..."

2. The History of Modern Painting by Richard Muther (1907)
"YELLOW marguerites. Upon her Shoulder (By permission of W. Connal, Esq., ihe owner of the ... marguerites."

3. St. Lucia: Historical, Statistical, and Descriptive by Henry Hegart Breen (1844)
"... jargon—Corruption and Alteration of Names—Creoles—Duelling—Creole Women—Dancing: its prevalence amongst the Lower Orders—" Roses and marguerites "—Balls ..."

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