Definition of Coltsfoots

1. Noun. (plural of coltsfoot) ¹



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Definition of Coltsfoots

1. coltsfoot [n] - See also: coltsfoot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coltsfoots

coltan
coltans
colted
colter
colters
colthood
colting
coltish
coltishly
coltishness
coltishnesses
coltivirus
colts
coltsfeet
coltsfoot
coltsfoots (current term)
coltwood
coltwoods
colubrid
colubrid snake
colubridae
colubrids
colubriform
colubrine
colugo
colugos
columbamine
columbaria
columbaries
columbarium

Literary usage of Coltsfoots

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1. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"For a leaf must fir»t pass through a cordate or reniform stage, like that of the coltsfoots, before it can reach an orbicular shape, like that of our common ..."

2. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1908)
"... flowering plant of the season that will attract notice, other than the willows and poplars, is the Petasites vulgaris Desf., •one of the coltsfoots. ..."

3. The Treasury of Botany: A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom; with by John Lindley (1866)
"It has much the habit and appearance of some of the coltsfoots, but belongs to a different sec- , tion of the family, namely, that with two- lipped corollas ..."

4. Mountain Wild Flowers of America: A Simple and Popular Guide to the Names by Julia W. Henshaw (1906)
"The foliage of all the coltsfoots is green and smooth on the top, and white and woolly underneath. They are coarse uninteresting plants. ..."

5. Mountain Wild Flowers of Canada: A Simple and Popular Guide to the Names and by Julia Wilmotte Henshaw (1906)
"The foliage of all the coltsfoots is green and smooth on the top, and white and woolly underneath. They are coarse uninteresting plants. ..."

6. The Floral World and Garden Guide by Shirley Hibberd (1863)
"... for the roses, violets, and coltsfoots filled the room with their delicious fragrance, and made us reflect upon the cheapness of happiness for those who ..."

7. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1843)
"... (coltsfoots a perennial plant belonging to the order of compound plants, common in damp, clayey fields, road-sides, and the banks of rivers, ..."

8. Our native songsters by Anne Pratt (1852)
"... the coltsfoots, and hawkweeds which everywhere abound, the one family of thistles alone would supply enough of its beautiful crowned seeds to overrun ..."

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