Definition of 'fritillary'
Example sentences containing 'fritillary'
He had eaten the young of the fritillary a thousand times during his boyhood; they tasted delicious, juicy and sweet, just as they should.THE BROKEN GOD
day before dinner, he forgot his promise to himself in the hot pool and ate the larvae of a fritillary butterfly.THE BROKEN GOD
It was obvious he was dreaming: his eyelids fluttered like the wings of a fritillary, and he moved his cracked, bleeding lips silently.THE BROKEN GOD
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