The spice called clove and the clove-pink both belong to Lat.
He sat down upon it, rather heavily, and lifted the clove-pink to his nostrils again.
Then the first bat zig-zagged across the sky; and every clove-pink border became misty with the wings of dusk-moths.
The periwinkle was common in mediæval gardens, and so was the gilly-flower or clove-pink.
It winnows spice-like odors from ancient clumps of clove-pink.