Definition of windflower in US English:

windflower

noun

  • An anemone.

    • ‘One of the most unusual-looking fall-planted bulbs is the Grecian windflower.’
    • ‘Although crocuses and windflowers are tiny, they are brave little imps and often the first heralds of spring.’
    • ‘It is also known as the windflower and zephyr flower.’
    • ‘Dutch crocuses are followed by brilliant blue Greek windflower, ‘King Alfred’ daffodils, and orange, red, and yellow tulips.’
    • ‘Tulips and windflowers are up and feisty in the breeze.’

Pronunciation

windflower

/ˈwɪndˌflaʊ(ə)r//ˈwindˌflou(ə)r/