heart's-ease definition

  • noun:
    • Ease of heart; serenity or tranquillity of brain or sensation.
    • A species of violet (Viola tricolor), a common and lengthy cultivated European natural herb that most frequent yard pansies are derived; -- labeled as also pansy.
    • A violet regarding the Pacific coast of united states (Viola ocellata) having white petals tinged with yellowish and deep violet.
    • a standard old-world viola (Viola arvensis) with creamy frequently violet-tinged flowers.
    • Ease of heart; tranquillity of mind. Also heart-ease.
    • In botany: a favorite and poetic title of plants regarding the genus Viola, particularly V. tricolor, the pansy, and V. lutea, the most popular yellow violet of Europe. See pansy and violet.
    • In some elements of america, the common persicary, peachwort, lady's thumb, or smartweed, Polygonum Persicaria.
    • In Australia, a tiny scrophulariaceous plant, Gratiola pedunculata.
    • a common and long cultivated European herb from where typical yard pansies are derived
    • typical Old World viola with creamy frequently violet-tinged flowers
    • the absence of mental stress or anxiety
    • violet of Pacific coast of the united states having white petals tinged with yellowish and deep violet

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