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A shrubby, creeping evergreen plant (Linnaea borealis) of northern regions, having roundish opposite leaves and paired bell-shaped pink flowers.
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(Plants) an evergreen caprifoliaceous trailing shrub, Linnaea borealis, of circumpolar distribution, having round leaves, white or pink fragrant bell-shaped flowers arranged in pairs, and yellow fruits
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a North American creeping plant, Linnaea americana, of the honeysuckle family, that has nodding flowers borne in pairs.
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|Noun||1.||twinflower - creeping evergreen subshrub of the northern parts of Europe and Asia with delicate fragrant tubular bell-shaped usually pink flowers borne in pairs|
American twinflower, Linnaea borealis americana - similar to the twinflower of northern Europe and Asia
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