Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: pansy
IPA transcription: [p'├Žnzi]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: pansy, Viola_tricolor_hortensis
    Meaning: large-flowered garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe and having velvety petals of various colors
Usage examples
  • "Yes, he has been very kind," Pansy answered.
  • Pansy shook her head with a little wise smile.
  • "Ah, for Pansy, no!" cried Ralph very positively.
  • "I don't think he can have been ready," said Pansy.
  • "I think I'd rather not," Pansy unreservedly answered.
  • He has the merit--for Pansy--of being in love with Pansy.
  • At this Pansy dropped her eyes; for a moment she said nothing.
  • Lord Warburton tells me he wants, of all things in the world, to marry Pansy.
  • Pansy stared, and then very quickly, "Will you do everything I want?" she asked.
  • Pansy stood in the open doorway; she had drawn back the curtain for Isabel to pass.