Definition of Carpetweed family

1. Noun. Succulent herbs or small shrubs mostly of South Africa but also New Zealand and North America: carpetweeds; fig marigolds.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carpetweed Family

carpetings
carpetless
carpetlike
carpetmaker
carpetmakers
carpetmaking
carpetmonger
carpetmongers
carpetmunchers
carpets
carpetward
carpetway
carpetways
carpetweed
carpetweed family (current term)
carpetweeds
carphenazine maleate
carpholite
carphologia
carphology
carphone
carphones
carpi
carping
carpingly
carpings
carpitis
carplane
carplanes

Literary usage of Carpetweed family

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1. Minnesota Plant Life by Conway MacMillan (1899)
"The carpetweed family is represented in Minnesota by the common carpetweed, a mat-plant forming prostrate disks of vegetation, made up of the much branching ..."

2. FLora of the Town of Southington, Conn., and Its Vicinity: A List of the by Charles Humphrey Bissell (1902)
"carpetweed family MOLLUGO, LM VERTICILLATA, L. Carpetweed Common. Cultivated fields and waste ground, mostly in sandy soil; throughout. Sept. (269A.-229B. ..."

3. Publication by Michigan, Michigan Geological Survey, Geological and Biological Survey (1921)
"... 118, 160-161, 214-215 Caraway 57, 111, 156 Cardinal flower 216 Carpetweed Family 41, 189 Carrot 58, 111, ..."

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