Daisies Flowers Insects
daisy&mdash noun plural dai·sies.any of various composite plants the flowers of which have a yellow disk and white rays as the English daisy and the oxeye daisy. Also called daisy ham.a small section of pork shoulder usually smoked boned and weighing from two to four pounds. Slang.someone or something of first-rate quality That new car is a daisy.a cheddar cheese of cylindrical shape weighing about 20 pounds. &mdash Idiomspush up daisies Informal.to be dead and buried. flower&mdash nounthe blossom of a plant. Botany. the part of a seed plant comprising the reproductive organs and their envelopes if any especially when such envelopes are more or less conspicuous in form and color. an analogous reproductive structure in other plants as the mosses.a plant considered with reference to its blossom or cultivated for its floral beauty.state of efflorescence or bloom Peonies were in flower.an ornament representing a flower.Also called fleuron floret. Printing.an ornamental piece of type especially a stylized floral design often used in a line to decorate chapter headings page borders or bindings.an ornament or adornment.the finest or most flourishing period Poetic drama was in flower in Elizabethan England.the best or finest member or part of a number body or whole the flower of American youth.the finest or choicest product or example.flowers used with a singular verb Chemistry.a substance in the form of a fine powder especially as obtained by sublimation flowers of sulfur. &mdash verb used without object to produce flowers blossom come to full bloom.to come out into full development mature. &mdash verb used with object to cover or deck with flowers.to decorate with a floral design. An insect is a small animal that has six legs. Most insects have wings. Ants flies butterflies and beetles are all insects.