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hearts·ease

also heart's-ease  (härts′ēz′)
n.
1. Peace of mind.
2. A small European plant (Viola tricolor) having spurred flowers marked with purple, yellow, and white. It was used to develop hybrid varieties of cultivated pansies. Also called wild pansy.

heartsease

(ˈhɑːtsˌiːz) or

heart's-ease

n
1. (Plants) another name for the wild pansy
2. peace of mind

hearts′ease`

or heart's′-ease`,



n.
1. peace of mind.
2. any of various plants of the genus Viola, esp. the pansy.
[1375–1425]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.heartsease - a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derivedheartsease - a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derived
viola - any of the numerous plants of the genus Viola
2.heartsease - violet of Pacific coast of North America having white petals tinged with yellow and deep violetheartsease - violet of Pacific coast of North America having white petals tinged with yellow and deep violet
violet - any of numerous low-growing violas with small flowers
3.heartsease - common Old World viola with creamy often violet-tinged flowersheartsease - common Old World viola with creamy often violet-tinged flowers
viola - any of the numerous plants of the genus Viola
4.heartsease - the absence of mental stress or anxietyheartsease - the absence of mental stress or anxiety
quietude, quietness, tranquillity, tranquility - a state of peace and quiet
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See how different the leaves of the cabbage are, and how extremely alike the flowers; how unlike the flowers of the heartsease are, and how alike the leaves; how much the fruit of the different kinds of gooseberries differ in size, colour, shape, and hairiness, and yet the flowers present very slight differences.
No one would ever expect to get a first-rate heartsease or dahlia from the seed of a wild plant.
Along the path of a useful life, Will heartsease ever bloom.
As he said this, he savagely tore a heartsease in two, and trampled on the pieces.
One was perfectly charming, delicate, pensive, shaded by beautiful dark hair, and eyes soft as velvet, like those lovely flowers, the heartsease, in which shine out the golden petals.
Guttman, Major Flavonoid Components of Heartsease (Viola tricolor L.
Heartsease Lodges There are two luxurious lodges that boast outdoor hot tubs and are just a few minutes' drive from Llandrindod Wells.
The multicoloured lamb was born to Oregano and the younger black lamb was born to Heartsease.
First demonstrating the ways Victorian anthropology and fiction propounded antithetical positions regarding exogamy and endogamy, Schaffer then analyzes Mansfield Park, Heartsease, and--stunningly--Wuthering Heights against the landscape of evolving views on marriage perpetuated by anthropologists (as well as by Freud) to recuperate our ability to understand cousin marriages not as "sexually diseased or politically retrograde" but as many Victorians did: as productively modeled on sibling love and capable of fortifying the family (148).
I am at a lunch club at St Francis Church on the Heartsease estate, one of the poorer corners of a relatively affluent city.
Radnor Hills attended SIAL tradeshow in Paris, to launch its premium Heartsease Farm presse range and were thrilled to welcome Rebecca Evans, Welsh Assembly Deputy Minister for Farming & Food.
The accounts of the great liberty that English women enjoyed may have been exaggerated if we compare them to other texts; Charlotte Mary Yonge's Heartsease (1854) provides us with an example illustrating the limitations faced by young Victorian ladies in everyday life.