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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishazaleaa‧za‧le‧a /əˈzeɪliə $ -jə/ noun [countable]  a small bush that has large flowers
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azaleaCarpeted with daffodils and bluebells in Spring, followed by magnificent rhododendrons and azaleas.It fell without sound into the mulch Lois kept around her azaleas.Fields and gardens not far from the site of the explosion now are resplendent with jonquils, azaleas and tulips.It was a jungle of thick eucalyptus, corpses, tangled azalea, and memories of aimless nocturnal screams.Trying not to disturb the azaleas, she peeked in the dining room window.
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