Definition of camellia :
1. An Asiatic genus of small shrubs, often with shining leaves and showy flowers. Camellia Japonica is much cultivated for ornament, and C. Sassanqua and C. oleifera are grown in China for the oil which is pressed from their seeds. The tea plant is now referred to this genus under the name of Camellia Thea.
2. An ornamental greenhouse shrub ( Thea japonica) with glossy evergreen leaves and roselike red or white double flowers.
flower (part of speech: noun)
gardenia, daffodil, flower, gladiolus, amaryllis, heather, aster, flax, morning-glory, snowberry, water lily, snowball, phlox, Queen Anne's lace, marigold, cornflower, sweet william, rhododendron, mayflower, hibiscus, yucca, oleander, columbine, carnation, hydrangea, clematis, rose, azalea, spirea, black-eyed susan, wallflower, hollyhock, bluebell, fleur-de-lis, periwinkle, crocus, lupine, ranunculus, daisy, anemone, foxglove, verbena, cowslip, orchid, indigo, lady's slipper, buttercup, jonquil, wisteria, trillium, mimosa, strawflower, iris, pansy, baby's breath, dahlia, tulip, dandelion, acacia, primrose, rosemary, duckweed, hawthorn, smilax, lilac, goldenrod, narcissus, edelweiss, peony, lotus, lily, chrysanthemum, lavender, dogwood, laurel, geranium, forget-me-not, snapdragon, sweet pea, begonia, African violet, foxtail, fuchsia, zinnia, viburnum, hyacinth, poppy, bloodroot, hepatica, sunflower, magnolia, larkspur, poinsettia, honeysuckle, violet, jasmine, petunia
- 104. 11 Camellia trees are frequently found from twenty to twenty- five feet high. - "Japan", David Murray.
- For the first seven days of her residence at the Villa Camellia Irene had felt herself " goods on approval." - "The Jolliest School of All", Angela Brazil.
- You'll all agree with me that we love the Villa Camellia. - "The Jolliest School of All", Angela Brazil.