- n Eurasian plant with pink to purple-red spice-scented usually double flowers; widely cultivated in many varieties and many colors
- n a pink or reddish-pink color
- s pink or pinkish
- Poppies sowed themselves among the dahlias; the lawn waved with long grass; giant artichokes towered among roses; a fringed carnation flowered among the cabbages; while the .
- In late 2007, when the King left the hospital after a three-week stay, he was pictured wearing a carnation-pink blazer and shirt, apparently because astrologers predicted that the .
- There Partner Felix Warburg, a carnation in his buttonhole, summons the eleven partners to conference punctually at 11 a.
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- 2013 Mazda MX-5 roadster
CARNATION, Wash. -- We're cinched hard in the driver's seat of Mazda's MX-5 convertible roadster, left hand gripping a leather-bound steering wheel while the right one plies a stubby shifter stick, right foot rocking between throttle and brake pedals in racer style while our left foot pumps a tight clutch for some testing of chassis dynamics in a new Club edition of 2013.
June 19, 2013 - Carlist
- Softball scores 6-18-13
June 17, 2013 - The Journal Times
- In Hanover, ‘Some Day We’ll Touch the Sun’
Social Studies teacher Liz Murray pins on a maroon and white carnation onto Suriya Lacy's gown before Hanover's Graduation at Hanover HIgh School in Hanover, N.H., on June 14, 2013.
June 15, 2013 - Valley News
- Jim Calhoun in Hartford Courant
Digger had the green carnation on,said Calhoun, laughing. "He's the guy who's going to be objective?"
- Bettino Craxi in Wall Street Journal
That red piece is supposed to represent the petal of a carnation,Mr. Craxi said in an interview, indicating a messy blotch on his redesigned party symbol. "But it looks more like a blood stain from the political stabbing I've taken."