Single flower

(Bot.) a flower with but one set of petals, as a wild rose.

See also: Single

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In a word, there is no excuse which you will not make, and nothing which you will not say, in order not to lose a single flower that blooms in the spring-time of youth.
Competition will be for piece of British holiday memorabilia, and as every month, a single flower for the competition of flower of the month.
And in terms of gifts, be it breakfast in bed, a sweet love note, or a single flower, it really is the thought that counts."
PMLN spokesperson said that PMLN supporters didn't damage even a single flower pot while staging peaceful protest during previous hearing but today fake government barred us from staging peaceful protest too by deploying heavy contingents of Police.
"A single flower doesn't matter, but taken together, in a wide area, it's a romantic scene," says G.
Single and Double Early tulips grow about a foot tall, each stem presenting a single flower. Single Early tulips show off big flowers in the classic tulip shape.
Reverend Janice Aiton, Rector of St John's, said: "If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.
A delicious dinner at home made by the husband and kids would end it pretty well, although I have just read that Meghan Markle's perfect Feb 14 would involve waking up in Paris and being given a single flower with a romantic handwritten note.
'On an ordinary day, we sell a single flower at Sh20, and one bunch goes for Sh300.
The vases are ideal for a single flower, or in a group.
Curiously, the titan arum is not just a single flower but an inflorescence (a stalk of many flowers).

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