(informal) a youth cult of the late 1960s advocating peace and love, using the flower as a symbol; associated with drug-taking. Its adherents were known as flower children or flower people
ball of fire
[flou-er] /ˈflaʊ ər/ noun 1. the blossom of a plant. 2. Botany. 3. a plant, considered with reference to its blossom or cultivated for its floral beauty. 4. state of efflorescence or bloom: Peonies were in flower. 5. an ornament representing a flower. 6. Also called fleuron, floret. Printing. an ornamental piece of type, especially […]
noun, Pharmacology. 1. sublimed sulfur in the form of a fine yellow powder, used in medicine chiefly to kill parasites and fungi and to treat certain skin diseases.
- Flowers of sulphur
plural noun 1. minute crystals of sulphur obtained by condensing sulphur vapour on a cold surface
noun 1. a common slime mold, Fuligo septica, of the central and eastern U.S., having large sporophores and yellowish, foamy plasmodia, that during a wet growing season may spread to cover large areas of lawns, woody debris, and growing plants.