angel's tears

angel's tears

n
(Plants) (functioning as singular) another name for moonflower2
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If hungry I might order one of their signature dishes, the Wild Boar and Angel's Tears Ale sausage.
It should be noted that The Little Parrot and the Angel's Tears is a bedtime story passed on between generations in the Asian author's family, and represents not only family connections but the author's first book--a creation she also illustrated herself.
Krall was more somber on "Just Like A Butterfly That's Caught in the Rain," which featured big screen footage of a butterfly woman, and on Gene Austin's "Let It Rain," which compared the rain to "an angel's tears from heaven" and was dedicated by the singer to the city of Boston and its current troubles.
reticulata), oxalis, and many kinds of dwarf narcissus (white angel's tears, gold hoop petticoat daffodil, N.
His work at the net was near-perfect as the first set took on ominous overtones for Soderling, volleys which dropped like an angel's tears allied to passing shots that skipped easily past the Swede.
DELICATE: Angel's Tears (Narcissus Triandura) are a favourite variety
The Jonquil (N jonquilla) has a superb scent, the Hoop-petticoat daffodil (N bulbicodium) lives up to its name, and equally lovely are N cyclamineus, and Angel's Tears, N triandrus.