Definition of Coltwood

1. (Spenser) a plant used by Glauce in her incantations [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coltwood

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

Literary usage of Coltwood

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1. The British poets, including translations by British poets (1822)
"... Had gathered rew, and savine, and the flowre Of camphora, and calamint, and dill; AH which she in a earthen pot did poure, And to the brim with coltwood ..."

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