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Answer for the clue "Flat-topped flower cluster", 4 letters:
cyme

Alternative clues for the word cyme

More or less flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the central or terminal flower opens first

Flower cluster

An inflorescence

Word definitions for cyme in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cyme \Cyme\ (s?m), n. [L. cyma the young sprount of a cabbage, fr. Gr. ???, prop., anything swollen, hence also cyme, wave, fr. ??? to be pregnant.] (Bot.) A flattish or convex flower cluster, of the centrifugal or determinate type, differing from a corymb...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 alt. 1 {{context|spelt ''(l en cime)''|obsolete|rare|lang=en}} A “(l en head)” (of unexpanded leaves, etc.); an opening (l en bud). 2 (context botany English) A flattish or convex flower cluster, of the centrifugal or determinate type, on which...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. more or less flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the central or terminal flower opens first

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Cyme or CYME may refer to: several ancient Greek cities (Greek Κύμη, also spelled Kymē, Cuma or Cumae ): Cyme (Euboea) (modern Kymi) Cyme (Aeolis) in Asia Minor, also a former bishopric and present Catholic titular see as Cuma (Asia Minor) Cyme (Italy)...

Usage examples of cyme.

Meantime off Cyme there was a naval battle between Menecrates and Calvisius Sabinus.

At Cyme in Campania, between Misenum and Puteoli, there is a crescent-shaped spot.

Your hasty judgments stay, Until the topmost cyme Have crowned the last entablature of Time.

The other novices were off with Cyme and Phoebe, searching for Goddess Pride.

Only Goddess Pride had not been heard from -- but it was up to Cyme and Phoebe to find them.

Raising its creamy cymes of blossoms in every ditch where there is a little moisture.

This rowan-tree of Scotland has no weird horrors here, but it is the ornament of the woods, with white cymes, red berries, and feathery leaves.

Equally handsome whether white-garlanded cymes of blossoms or scarlet berries, waxen when partly ripe.

Raising its creamy cymes of blossoms in every ditch where there is a little moisture.

This rowan-tree of Scotland has no weird horrors here, but it is the ornament of the woods, with white cymes, red berries, and feathery leaves.