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Things daisy often describes (“daisy ________”)
chain, wheel, chains, family, flowers, petals, printer, chaining, field, printers, stitch, cutter, flower, pattern, cutters, wheels, roots, heads, head, plants, fields, fleabane, print, decks, stitches, buds, leap, bush, tree, chained, blooms, petal, design, fashion, plant, shapes, leaves, root, motif, blossoms, bushes, while, patch, stem, girl, close, bloom, crown, dukes, wreaths, configuration, shape, seeds, meadows, look, starred, daisies, centers, scheme, spot, trees, chrysanthemums, mine, smell, arrangement, mums, star, wreath, fair, stems, bud, tips, texture, dress, blows, seed, hat, bombs, earrings, topology, faces, picking, organism, wedding, bed, center

Descriptive words:
little, white, eye, common, poor, yellow, english, old, eyed, large, dear, wild, african, single, lazy, double, blue, simple, humble, pink, beautiful, modest, oxeye, big, sweet, tiny, lovely, bright, golden, subalpine, upsy, giant, tipped, soddy, headed, transvaal, fresh, red, pretty, shasta, lowly, proverbial, solitary, perfect, michaelmas, moon, regular, plastic, innocent, painted, beloved, purple, petalled, famous, flowered, south, huge, artificial, marguerite, anti, wilted, fringed, lowliest, alpine, tall, mexican, danish, gentle, humblest, pale, leaved, blown, least, petaled, everlasting, cheery

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Book See daisy used in context: 100+ rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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