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flowerpot (ˈflaʊəˌpɒt Pronunciation for flowerpot

Definitions

noun

  1. a pot in which plants are grown

Example Sentences Including 'flowerpot'

A human would have placed it under a stone or a flowerpot but for a sea-spirit the logical place was in water.
Amanda Hemingway THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
And as I got closer I saw that each of the streaks culminated in a flowerpot with lush greenery in it.
Irish Times (2002)
HERE'S one for the road - an old Ford Fiesta which pub landlady Barbara Grubb has turned into a giant flowerpot.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
It featured aspects of British life from the five decades of the Queen's reign, including the flowerpot men based on the 50s kids ' TV show.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
Select a suitable site and did a hole big enough to take a medium-sized flowerpot.
Forsythe, Trevor G Successful Organic Pest Control
There was a silver patten and an ancient font which the heathens at the hall had once used as a flowerpot.
Hilary Mantel LEARNING TO TALK: Short stories (2003)
Watts told police that he strangled a Houston woman and then held her head in a flowerpot full of water to make sure she was dead.
canada.com (2004)

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