Geraniums [noun]

Definition of Geraniums:

color of blood; shade resembling such a color

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Sentence/Example of Geraniums:

But step before her with my arms clasping a tin can with a geranium plant r Heaven forbid!

The girl held a geranium leaf up to her nose and said nothing, but looked knowing and noncommittal.

The window frame was filled with pots of flowers, and she sat and picked the dry leaves from a rose geranium.

It is quite unlike any other Geranium of which I have any knowledge, in general habit.

In Major Ellison's buttonhole there was a carnation and a rosebud backed by a geranium leaf.

We promised daddy we would speak to you, said the other girl, she in the geranium outfit, otherwise we wouldnt do so.

Next to the geranium, Begonias are probably the most popular for house culture of the entire plant list.

Apparently the geranium red costume is Sunday only, the week-day is this maroon, or puce, or madder-brown.

On another occasion, "Miss Norah, I can't stay very long to-day, 'cause my geranium is going to bloom."

The poor geranium I reared myself, and the dear, dear flower-pot which Mr. Caxton bought for me my last birthday!