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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
cowslipcow‧slip /ˈkaʊˌslɪp/ noun [countable]  HBPa small European wild plant with sweet-smelling yellow flowers
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cowslipIt was a good cowslip year.Removing a plug of turf with the planter and replacing it with a pot-grown cowslip takes seconds.Murdo: Course turned oot we had a choice between his homebrew. her cowslip wine or the local single malt.Bright yellow walls and coordinating curtains in Peony in cowslip multi white, £12.95 per metre, complete the look.In spite of his indifference, it was exquisite: the ditch banks were creamy with cowslips and lilac with cuckoo flower.
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