Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flower.(verb)
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Use "flowers" in a sentence
"And do you think it not a greater thing, that all this (and how much more than this!) you can do for fairer flowers than theseflowers that could bless you for having blessed them, and will love you for having loved them; flowers that have thoughts like yours, and lives like yours; which, once saved, you save forever?"
"Their gay colours attract insects, as do also their sweet odours and honeyed secretions; and that this is the main function of colour in flowers is shown by the striking fact, that those flowers which can be perfectly fertilized by the wind, and do not need the aid of insects, _rarely or never have gaily-coloured flowers_."
"Language, unlike the colors we see in flowers, is an agreed-upon artifice, and while it can evolve, degeneration through laziness and inattention is not evolution."