pansy's sympathy was a direct admonition; it seemed to say that here was an opportunity, not eminent perhaps, but unmistakeable.
But how did it come that he had pansy stains on the knees of his trousers?
Dine said that it was a wonder that she had not turned into a pansy herself by this time.
pansy and Pickwick, and the birds and Gypsy, and Methusaleh are all good friends.
The colonel had raised his voice to his forensic emphasis, and pansy, somewhat alarmed, assented.
pansy did turn at last, and went up the slope again to the high-road.
The choice of decorations for the pansy booth is a wide one.
pansy at home, during summer, had little but grass to live on.
She knew that to pansy it was a real big sorrow, trifling as some people might think it.
What soon happens to a pansy flower after it is broken from the plant?
mid-15c., from Middle French pensée "a pansy," literally "thought, remembrance," from fem. past participle of penser "to think," from Latin pensare "consider," frequentative of pendere "to weigh" (see pensive). So called because it was regarded as a symbol of thought or remembrance. Meaning "effeminate homosexual man" is first recorded 1929.