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Sentence and Word Structure
Why do some flowers flourish together?
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Asked in Trees, Orangutans
Do trees flourish slightly after you remove some bark?
What types of flowers are best to grow in an area where it's constantly raining?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Genetics
When pink flowers result from a red parent and a white parent?
Asked in Genetics
When pink flowers result from a red parent and a white parent what has happened?
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure
Is it common to say 'you was sent some flowers' if you get some flowers from someone else?
How do you make a sentence using the word flourish?
In spite of Newport being razed to the ground by the French in 1377, the town flourishes today. The tomatoes will flourish if you water them well. Since winning American Idol, her career has flourished. Sunny afternoons and gentle nightly rain showers helped Dad's garden to flourish. The plants will flourish if you give them some fertilizer. Children flourish in a loving environment. The civilization will surely flourish.
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
Does the sentence flowers florescent in the spring make sense?
Almost but not quite. Florescent (NOT to be confused with fluorescent !) is an adjective meaning "to be in a flourishing state". It does not have a verb form, so you would write "Flowers are florescent in the spring." However, "florescent" is an uncommon and somewhat stilted word. It may be better to simply say "Flowers are flourishing in the spring" or "Flowers flourish ..."