eglantine

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  • noun

Synonyms for eglantine

Eurasian rose with prickly stems and fragrant leaves and bright pink flowers followed by scarlet hips

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The development of new roads: extension of the Faraut Street and Rue des Eglantines between Anatole street Monzie and Jouhaux Street
Invitation to tender : Construction and local processing on the Foundation~s site in Vevey Eglantines
Place of performance: Taffin City - rue des Aubepines - Cytises street, rue des Eglantines Street and Wisteria Street TamarisNature and scope of work: Construction of improved indoor and outdoor habitat.
The consultation is to The development of new roads: Faraut extension of the street and the street Eglantines between Anatole street Monzie and Jouhaux Street.
he] knew nothing more shaming and tedious in the literature of [his] contemporaries and near-contemporaries than the maudlin neo-Hellenist cult of the ephebe, with middle-aged men like Wilde and Gide tastefully salivating over sleeping youths and making mawkish comparisons with asphodels and eglantines (Adair, 43).