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1. 6 synonyms of Daises from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 8 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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2. Daises: a level usually raised surface.

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3. The name Daises drew inspiration from the vibrantly wrought cult-classic 1966 film “Daisies,” where through a series of disparate episodes, two existentially disillusioned women engage in revelrous and anarchic behavior.

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6. Plant Height: 2 to 3 feet Plant Propagation: Shasta Daises are easily started from seeds

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DAISES [ˈdāəs, ˈdīəs]

NOUN

  • a low platform for a lectern, seats of honor, or a throne.
Synonyms: platform . stage . podium . rostrum . stand . grandstand . staging . apron . soapbox . stump . lectern . pulpit . box . dock . tribune .

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What does Daisie mean?

Daisie as a girls' name is of Old English derivation, and the meaning of Daisie is "day's eye".

What does daises mean?

Daisy Meaning and Symbolism. Daisies symbolize innocence and purity. This stems from an old Celtic legend. According to the legend, whenever an infant died, God sprinkled daisies over the earth to cheer the parents up.

What is Daisy slang?

The definition of a daisy is a type of flower with white petals around a yellow center, or a female name, or is slang for something very good. An example of a daisy is a white wildflower used in a bouquet.

What is a daisy flower?

April Birth Flower. Daisy is a sunlike flower appearance which has ray flowers (commonly called petals) surround a golden center of tiny disk flowers, an arrangement typical of the composite family. Daisy is the second largest family of flowering plants, in terms of number of species.