Definition of Daily dew
1. Noun. Any of various bog plants of the genus Drosera having leaves covered with sticky hairs that trap and digest insects; cosmopolitan in distribution.
Generic synonyms: Carnivorous Plant
Group relationships: Drosera, Genus Drosera
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Literary usage of Daily dew
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1. The Sabbath for Man: A Study of the Origin, Obligation, History, Advantages by Wilbur Fisk Crafts (1885)
"As the daily dew is really more influential than the occasional rains, so the daily press, which is often hostile to evangelical Christianity, ..."
2. A commentary on the Gospels for the Sundays and other holy days of the by William Denton (1862)
"Man's spirit is refreshed with daily grace from God, as the earth is made fruitful by the daily dew and rain from heaven. La cupidité se donne totalement au ..."
3. The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker: With an by Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton (1875)
"These seeds of piety were so seasonably planted, and so continually watered with the daily dew of God's blessed Spirit, that his infant- virtues grew into ..."
4. The Ecclesiastical Sonnets of William Wordsworth by William Wordsworth (1922)
"1-4 Walton (Hooker, in Lives 2.21-2) speaks of 'the seeds of piety ... so seasonably planted, and so continually watered with the daily dew of God's blessed ..."
5. Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the by Christopher Wordsworth (1853)
"These seeds of piety were so seasonably planted, and so continually watered with the daily dew of God's blessed spirit, that his infant virtues grew into ..."