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- sunflower (n.)
- 1560s, "heliotrope," from sun (n.) + flower (n.). In reference to the Helianthus (introduced to Europe 1510 from America by the Spaniards) it is attested from 1590s, so called from the appearance of the heads.
- 1. Sunflower margarine has the same fat content as butter.
- 2. He was spitting out the husks of sunflower seeds on the floor.
- 3. The sunflower turns towards the sun.
- 4. A bee sits on a sunflower in the garden.
- 5. The sunflower blushed to own the nameless flower as her kin.
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