Definition of chrysanth in English:

chrysanth

Line breaks: chrys|anth
Pronunciation: /krɪˈsanθ
 
, -z-/

noun

British informal
A cultivated chrysanthemum.
More example sentences
  • But the popularity of chrysanths is diminishing, I've noticed it over the last few years.
  • His passion for plants eventually brought him to concentrate on producing chrysanths and bedding plants for direct sale.
  • The cross comes in sizes ranging from 12 inches to 6 foot the cross priced and shown is a 4 foot cross based in white double chrysanths with red ribbon and greenery and finished with red rose spray.

Origin

1920s: abbreviation.

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