Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [p'ænzi]
meaning of the word
large-flowered garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe and having velvety petals of various colors
"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.