showy

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Most are small to very small, but some species carry large, showy flowers.
  • Work that won't be showy, work that will be very hard. Cited from Facing the German Foe, by Colonel James Fiske
  • It has very showy golden-yellow to red flowers in the spring.
  • At this time they are as showy and as beautiful as any flowers. Cited from Northern Nut Growers Association, Tenth Annual Meeting, by Various
  • This popular and showy plant has attracted a number of common names.
  • His services were from the first of the scientific and useful rather than the showy sort. Cited from Heroes of the Great Conflict; William Farrar Smith, by Wilson
  • They did not wish for anything fine or showy; at the same time, cost was no object. Cited from A Crooked Path, by Mrs. Alexander
  • They are showy, bright or dark red and they bloom all year around.
  • They often have showy yellow, pink or white flowers, which are generally short-lived.
  • One does not choose light or showy colors for these if she must walk or take a street car. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • Many flowers come into bloom at the same time, making for a very showy plant.
  • After a voyage of nearly eight hours, they reached a spot thirty-five miles from Showy. Cited from Great African Travellers, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • What does she mean by sending that showy thing to me? Cited from The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith, by Arthur Wing Pinero
  • It bears large, showy white or pink flowers in early spring, before its leaves open.
  • The pink family is represented by many common and often showy plants. Cited from Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany, Douglas Houghton Campbell
  • The tree produces showy yellow flowers predominantly between mid-winter and late spring.
  • All the species have yellow flowers, generally showy, some with a very long flowering season.
  • Showy white flowers in late winter to early summer are followed by large green edible fruit.
  • The officer's dress can be quite showy or very plain. Cited from Home Pastimes; or Tableaux Vivants, by James H. Head
  • The faults of construction as well as of art in its great showy buildings must have been numerous.
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