Definition of Ericas

1. erica [n] - See also: erica



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ericas

ergotizes
ergotoxine
ergotropic
ergotropism
ergots
ergs
erhu
erhua
erhus
eriach
eriachs
eric
erica
ericaceous
ericaite
ericas (current term)
ericinol
erick
ericks
ericoid
ericolin
erics
ericssonite
eridanus
erigerons
erigible
erinaceous
ering
eringo
eringoes

Literary usage of Ericas

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1. Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry: From the Year by Mary Berry (1865)
"NB— The gardener told me that exotic ericas would not live at Pavia; that they had often tried to no purpose. The present barrack for the troops is a great ..."

2. The Principles of Floriculture by Edward Albert White (1915)
"... ericas, azaleas, poinsettias, gardenias, Easter lilies, calla lilies and oxalis. Other potted plants are described in Chapter XVI. CYCLAMEN 463. ..."

3. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1877)
"... has been seen how easily it can be grown and how bright and effective it is in December there baa been " quite a run " on it. Heaths—especially ericas ..."

4. History of Polled Aberdeen Or Angus Cattle: Giving an Account of the Origin by James Macdonald, James Sinclair (1882)
"... ericas, Fannys, Sybils, and Daisys— Pride of Aberdeen 7th 1777, dam of Mr Auld's 270 guinea cow—Large sales to foreign purchasers—WEI. ..."

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