Any of various tropical or subtropical plants of the genus Begonia, widely cultivated as ornamentals for their usually asymmetrical, brightly colored leaves. (noun)
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Use "begonia" in a sentence
"They would stop to admire the begonia pots, take pictures of the walls that had been the scenes of the vengeful executions … brigades of workers had carefully erased the bullet marks."
"Kristin: "don't forget to smell the rosies" - from a botanist's view, the flowers being smelt are of a begonia."
"Cathy had brought over a large red begonia in bloom and some homemade cookies."