[ sˈa͡ɪliːn], [ sˈaɪliːn], [ s_ˈaɪ_l_iː_n]
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Silene is an evergreen shrub or small tree 2-6 m tall, with a trunk up to 1 m in diameter. The leaves are opposite, simple, 2-3 Ãƒâ€” 2-3 cm, green on the upper surface and grey-green on the underside, with a serrated margin. The flowers are small, white, and only Perianth segments are visible. The fruit is a green or brown capsule, 2-5 cm long. The distribution range of Silene is Mediterranean east to central and south Asia and southeast Australia.
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Proper noun, singular
- Proper noun, singular
Homophones for Silene:
- sea lion, sea lane, swollen, salian, solon, Sally Lunn, sash line, sloanea, sauce-alone, salina, social lion, sea holm, saline, solomon, salem, selenium, salmon, skyline, slummy, squall line, slimy, sealyham, slam, salon, solo man, solanum, sexual union, slime, scalene, salmo, sockeye salmon, saxicoline, Shiah Islam, slim, schliemann, scullion, Schoolma'am, sullen, sicilian, shallon, slum, scallion, slalom, slam on, selma, scolion, salmi, schoolman, seal in, salome, salami, Salim, solan, selene, slain, solemn, slow lane, saloon, salomon, salaam.
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