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wildflower Syllabification: wild·flow·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwīldˌflou(ə)r/
(also wild flower)

Definition of wildflower in English:

noun

A flower of an uncultivated variety or a flower growing freely without human intervention.
Example sentences
  • They rolled down the hill into the grasses in the field below, where wildflowers grew.
  • Sweden is a blur of golden wheat fields, bright wildflowers and hot rosehip tea.
  • If you like the charm of a natural flowering meadow with a mismatch of blooms, you should try growing your own wildflower garden.

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