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雛菊, ひな菊, ひなぎく

  • hinagiku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • daisy

Examples of 雛菊,ひな菊,ひなぎく in a Sentence

There are clumps of daisies here and there.
The children failed to see the daisies dancing in the moonlight.
I plucked a daisy for her.
Then they played Jump The Daisies and Run Through The Clover.
Then, they played Hide-and-Seek among the buttercups and daisies, until the little white rabbit wanted to play Find the Acorn.
When I went down to the garden, two little girls were picking daisies.
At night, she used to dream of the country and the field of daisies and the apple trees dancing in the moonlight.
She grows flowers such as tulips, pansies and daisies.
Two little girls are picking daisies.
Pretty soon along came a steam shovel and dug a road through the hill covered with daisies.

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