samara, an aspiring writer, enjoys soccer, acting, and considers herself a fairy-tale scholar.
Despite the long wait, samara Herard says she will not give up.
At samara we find Mr. Bezant, one of our consignees, just recovering from the typhus which was contracted in his relief work.
In the evening a cruel conversation about the samara revenues.
Fruit single-winged at one end (samara or key-fruit), in large clusters; ripe in autumn.
The flowers of the Ash have no corolla, and the fruit is a samara.
Fruit a 1–2-celled samara or key-fruit, flattened, winged at the apex, 1–2-seeded.
Fruit a 2-celled and 2-seeded samara, winged all round, nearly orbicular.
samara, Saratov, and Tsaritsyn and a whole series of lesser towns derive from him.
Oleace, having imperfect flowers and a seed-vessel prolonged into a thin wing at the apex (called a samara).
dried fruit of certain trees, from Latin samara "the seed of the elm," variant of samera, perhaps from Gaulish.