1. azalea

noun. ['əˈzeɪljə'] any of numerous ornamental shrubs grown for their showy flowers of various colors.


  • Azaleastrum
  • subgenus Azaleastrum
  • rhododendron

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Rhymes with Azalea

  • paraphernalia
  • bacchanalia
  • australia
  • vidalia
  • shamalia
  • sedalia
  • regalia
  • thalia

How do you pronounce azalea?

Pronounce azalea as əˈzeɪljə.

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Sentences with azalea

1. Noun, singular or mass
Have one person tilt the azalea away from you and hold it in place.

2. Adjective
The dark colored insects with yellow or white stripes are azalea caterpillars.

Quotes about azalea

1. He's around the twist,' said Azalea. 'Breaking all the windows? He's mad.''Ah, no,' said the King. 'It's only madness if you actually do it. If you want to break all the windows in the house and drown yourself in a bucket but don't actually do it, well, that's love.
- Heather Dixon, Entwined

2. Ah, Azalea,"said the King. "He's not going to be the one proposing."The springs in Azalea's feet went poioioing."Sorry?"she said."You outrank him, you know."The King shifted, uncomfortable. "It would be highly inappropriate for him to propose to you. The Delchastrian queen had to propose-""I will do no such thing!"said Azalea.
- Heather Dixon, Entwined