Bellflower Definition

bĕlflouər
noun
Any of various herbs of the genus Campanula, native chiefly to the Northern Hemisphere and having bell-shaped, usually violet or blue flowers.
American Heritage
Any of a genus (Campanula) of plants of this family, with showy, bell-shaped flowers of white, pink, or blue, widely distributed in the temperate zones.
Webster's New World
Any of various other plants with bell-shaped flowers.
American Heritage

A common name for flowering plants in any of the genera Campanula, Campanulastrum, Codonopsis, or Platycodon.

Wiktionary

A flower of one of these plants, which is shaped like a bell.

Wiktionary
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adjective
Designating a large family (Campanulaceae, order Campanulales) of dicotyledonous flowering plants.
Webster's New World
proper name
City in SW Calif.: suburb of Los Angeles.
Webster's New World

Other Word Forms of Bellflower

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Singular:
bellflower
Plural:
bellflowers

Origin of Bellflower

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