1. forsythia

noun. ['fɔrˈsɪθiːə, fɔrˈsɪðiːə'] any of various early blooming oleaceous shrubs of the genus Forsythia; native to eastern Asia and southern Europe but widely cultivated for their branches of bright yellow bell-shaped flowers.


  • shrub
  • bush


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Rhymes with Forsythia

  • bethea
  • dorthea
  • leithia
  • mathea
  • mathia
  • matthea
  • matthia

How do you pronounce forsythia?

Pronounce forsythia as fɔrˈsɪθiə.

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Sentences with forsythia

1. Noun, singular or mass
Rejuvenate the forsythia in late winter or early spring, before the buds begin to swell.

2. Foreign word
), forsythia (Forsythia cultivars), deciduous and evergreen hollies (Ilex spp.

3. Adjective
Do not shear forsythia plants as you would a hedge or try to shape the plant into a ball.

4. Adverb
Just as winter cold steals away flowers, untimely pruning leaves forsythia without flower buds.