daffodilnoun [ C ]uk /ˈdæf.ə.dɪl/ us /ˈdæf.ə.dɪl/
Examples from literature
- But he was also a bulb grower, and he was that before he was anything else and afterwards too, and the daffodil was a marvel of nature, a novelty, a thing beyond words to a connoisseur.
- The daffodils were planted exactly as the tulips, but the hyacinths were planted six inches deep, instead of four.
- The king was out, but the queen received the daffodils very graciously.
- Then across the low paling I saw the brilliant colors of tulips and daffodils.
- Things coming up in the garden, Peter contributed: "peonies, and long rows of daffodils...."