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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115674: Language of flowers
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Find the word | Nature [Change theme]
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    Language of flowers

    Use the language of flowers to tell a message.

    A poppy flower symbolizes beauty, the mimosa is a synonym of secret lovers or wisteria in the language of flowers means helpful and friendly.

    Here is a small list :

    Anemone = Break

    Begonia = Beware

    Cornflower = Delicacy

    Buttercup = Raillery

    Heather = Solitude

    Camelia = Constance

    Honeysuckle = Love bond

    Hydrangea = Beautiful but cold

    Hyacinth = Suspicions

    Daffodil = Sympathy

    Lavander = Perseverance

    Lilac = First love


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    1. A means anger.

    2. A means innocence.

    3. A symbolizes coolness.

    4. A symbolizes melancholy.

    5. A is a synonym of jealousy.

    6. A is a synonym of hope.

    7. A means an intrigue.

    8. A is the symbol of Love!

    9. A means admiration.

    10. A symbolizes modesty.

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