kapalakgul, farang, binafsha
Noun(1) large-flowered garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe and having velvety petals of various colors(2) a timid man or boy considered childish or unassertive(3) offensive term for a homosexual man
(1) Houseproud John and Maggie Briggs filled the wrought-iron hayracks with trailing geraniums, busy Lizzies, wild cornflowers, lobelia and pansies .(2) Superb instant effects can be achieved by using semi-advanced seedlings of annual flowers such as lobelia, marigolds, pansies and primulas, which are all low-growing and suitable for containers.(3) I plant pansies and violas, too, for color now and again in spring.(4) Try bulbs, wallflowers and pansies in spring, summer bedding for the hotter months, autumn and winter interest from chrysanthemums and foliage plants.(5) Seed catalogues can usually be relied upon to indicate which pansies and violas are good for most if not all the winters we are likely to experience.
(1) pansy boy :: binafsha bola
1. milksop ::
2. milquetoast ::
3. sissy ::
4. pantywaist ::
Different Formspansies, pansy
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