Hepatica in a sentence

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Definition of Hepatica

  • A genus of pretty spring flowers closely related to Anemone; squirrel cup.
  • Any plant, usually procumbent and mosslike, of the cryptogamous class Hepaticæ; -- called also scale moss and liverwort. See Hepaticæ, in the Supplement.
  • a common liverwort
  • any of several plants of the genus Hepatica having three-lobed leaves and white or pinkish flowers in early spring; of moist and mossy subalpine woodland areas of north temperate regions

How to use hepatica in a sentence. Hepatica pronunciation.

And a scape was a 'grace' or a 'goat' according to its activities," concluded Tom. "The hepatica would make a border that you wouldn't have to renew all the time," contributed Dorothy, who had been thinking so deeply that she had not heard a word of this interchange, and looked up, wondering why every one was laughing.
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It has the same sort of stem that the hepatica has.
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So they dug up but a comparatively small number of the hepaticas, nor did they take many of the columbines nodding from a cleft in the piled-up rocks.
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Of course it is altogether too late, now, to look for any of the early spring flowers, but I can recall the exquisite effect of the tender blue hepatica fringing the centre rail of the grip-cars, all up and down Broadway, and apparently springing from the hollow beneath, where the cable ran with such a brooklike gurgle that any damp-living plant must find itself at home there.
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See how the banks are all enamelled with the pale hepatica, the painted trillium, and the delicate pink-veined spring beauty.
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The flower-beds in front of the house were filled with the early spring flowers; snowdrops, crocuses, violets, and hepaticas were in full bloom.
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Hepatica triloba, a low perennial herb with cup-shaped flowers varying from purplish blue to pink or even white.
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Nature, in fact, still hesitates; puts forth one hepatica at a time, and waits to see the result; pushes up the grass slowly, perhaps draws it in at night.
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Under the shade of the pines the white stars of the hepatica glistened and the pale anemones were coming into bloom.
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It is growing too warm for those delicate violets and hepaticas who dare to brave even March winds, and can bear snow better than summer heats.
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The bright speeches are mostly genuine, made by Eddy Hopkins and Ned and Charley P. How came you to have blooming hepaticas?
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Examples of Hepatica

Example #1
Have we decided on the background flowers for the wild bed?
Example #2
I always thought a stem was a stem, whatever it carried," said Roger.
Example #3
She called my attention the other day to some they had at school to analyze.
Example #4
Saxifrage, Helen said the other was.
Example #5
They all stood gazing at the delicate, tossing blossoms whose spurred tubes swung in every gentlest breeze.
Example #6
The leaves stay green all winter and the blossoms come early in the spring and encourage you to think that after a while all the flowers are going to awaken.