Definition of 'mimosa'
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A heavy scent, mimosa or bougainvillaea, gave the air an oppressive, physical quality. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (1990)She wandered over to the wing bridge door and opened it, allowing the night wind to blow in the scent of mimosa. CORMORANT (1990)They passed red-roofed villas, fields of carnations, mimosa groves, plantations of lemon and orange trees. THE OPEN DOOR (1990)
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Definition of mimosa from the Collins English Dictionary
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