Noun(1) evergreen Australasian tree having white or silvery bark and young leaves and yellow flowers(2) any of various tropical shrubs or trees of the genus Mimosa having usually yellow flowers and compound leaves(3) a mixed drink containing champagne and orange juice
(1) The flower of the mimosa tree is also used to relieve constrained Liver qi, and calm the spirit when the associated symptoms of insomnia, poor memory, irritability, epigastric pain, and feelings of pressure in the chest are present.(2) We adored his focaccia and extraordinarily perfumed mimosa and Marsala gelati, but his savoury dishes left us underwhelmed.(3) One day, I woke up, drank a mimosa , looked out the window and exclaimed, ├ö├ç├┐God, I wished I lived next to Liv Tyler!├ö├ç├û(4) When the mimosa I had asked for arrived, I was pleasantly surprised by the delivery.(5) Spring in Tuscany means clouds of golden mimosa and an instinct to head south over the Ponte Vecchio to see Italian renaissance landscaping at its best in the Boboli Gardens.(6) I will watch it late and give my impressions in time for your morning coffee (or mimosa ├ö├ç┬¬)(7) Also, will seeds from pods of the mimosa tree grow?(8) That's what Cherry and her rangers use when they go out to eradicate feral ants, poison weeds like spiky mimosa , and do post-mortems on buffaloes to check for introduced diseases.(9) This allowed Alex and I to still make it to Sunday brunch at 1 PM with hours to spare, because everyone knows what a cranky-pants I am until I have my third mimosa .(10) Pour your Aunt Judith a mimosa and confront her as to why she wouldn't let your cousin Jay hang out with you after you introduced him to the art of sneaking Uncle Harold's vodka.(11) Although I managed to keep up the detox for three weeks, when I went to Los Angeles for a wedding, it became nearly impossible to turn down a mimosa .(12) Yes, you can sow the seeds from the mimosa pods, but nick the hard coats or drop them in boiling water before sowing to encourage germination.(13) The shrubs' flowers, in tufts like a mimosa 's but the color of cream, bloomed over blunt oval leaves.(14) On opening the first layer I was confronted with what I now know to be mimosa , little flower balls that are really soft and make you want to touch them forever.(15) Just add green salsa, plus huge mugs of potent coffee or a $7 bottomless mimosa that is no better than most of its ilk.(16) Shrugging, Chelsea takes another sip of her mimosa .
(1) mimosa :: ミモザ
1. mimosa ::
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