What is tiger lily?

  • (noun): Lily of southeastern United States having cup-shaped flowers with deep yellow to scarlet recurved petals.
    Synonyms: leopard lily, pine lily, Lilium catesbaei
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Some articles on tiger lily:

Peter Pan (1953 film) - Plot
... a plan to find Peter's hideout using the knowledge of Tiger Lily ... to be the ones responsible for taking the chief's daughter, Tiger Lily ... Big Chief, the Indian chieftain and Tiger Lily's father, warns them that if Tiger Lily is not back by sunset, the Lost Boys (along with John and Michael) will be burned at the stake ...
Stevie Shears - Biography - Tiger Lily and Ultravox!
... made contact with John Foxx and formed Tiger Lily in 1973 (together with bassist Chris Cross) ... Later, Tiger Lily changed its name to Ultravox! (later known simply as Ultravox) ...
Tiger Lily (UK Band)
... Tiger Lily was a short-lived glam rock band and the seed of Ultravox! (later changed to Ultravox) ... In 1974, still as a four-piece band, without Curry, Tiger Lily made their first gig in Chorley, Lancashire, hometown of Leigh ... During the pre-Ultravox era (including Tiger Lily years), they composed many songs later to appear on their first album in 1977, Ultravox! ...
Characters Of Peter Pan - Native Americans - Tiger Lily
... Tiger Lily is the princess of the Tribe of Native Americans living on the island of Neverland ... Tiger Lily is nearly killed by Captain Hook when she is seen boarding the Jolly Roger with a knife in her mouth, but Peter saves her ... In the Disney version, Tiger Lily is kidnapped by Captain Hook and Smee ...

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Famous quotes containing the words lily and/or tiger:

    There has fallen a splendid tear
    From the passion-flower at the gate.
    She is coming, my dove, my dear;
    She is coming, my life, my fate;
    The red rose cries, ‘She is near, she is near;’
    And the white rose weeps, ‘She is late;’
    The larkspur listens, ‘I hear, I hear;’
    And the lily whispers, ‘I wait.’
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    The tiger in the tiger-pit
    Is not more irritable than I.
    The whipping tail is not more still
    Than when I smell the enemy
    Writhing in the essential blood
    Or dangling from the friendly tree.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)