Any of several plants of the genus Freesia, native to southern Africa, having one-sided clusters of fragrant, variously colored flowers.(noun)
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Use "freesia" in a sentence
"When I open up my loving pages of Cosmopolitan magazine, nothing makes me want to douse myself in freesia back notes than staring at Scarlett Johansson, lustily clutching puppies in a garden."
"When I passed by his shop today, he gave me three stems of a flower he calls freesia."
"Parry said he recognized most of the words in the bee, even the seemingly difficult ones, but hadn't heard of his nemesis -- the word freesia, a kind of plant."