Definition of Germanders

1. Noun. (plural of germander) ¹



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Definition of Germanders

1. germander [n] - See also: germander

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Germanders

germain
germaine
germaines
germains
german
german measles
german measles immunization
german pancake
germanane
germanate
germanates
germanatian
germanatrane
germander
germander speedwell
germanders (current term)
germane
germane(p)
germanely
germanene
germaneness
germanes
germanian
germanic
germanic acid
germanide
germanides
germaniferous
germanite
germanium

Literary usage of Germanders

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1. Tennyson, as a Student and Poet of Nature by Norman Lockyer, Winifred Lucas Lockyer (1910)
"... the flower of which is a clear azure blue, and deserves the epithet "eye," which is not applicable to any of the "germanders." The commonest of the true ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"The germanders are hardy herbs, with aromatic foliage, suitable for the wild garden or rockwork. They are little known horti- culturally. ..."

3. The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural History by William Holl, Neville Wood, Edward Mammatt (1837)
"Few of these grow spontaneously in this island ; they are the germanders* and Wood-sages, to which the Ground-pine is an intimate ally. ..."

4. The Methodist Review (1863)
"The extreme development of the corolla in linaria and germanders is balanced by the absorption of the fifth stamen, represented by a slender filament. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox (1867)
"They are called germanders. & vcr.. species were formerly reputed to pos¬ęss rr.-.i:> cinal virtues, but arc now discarded ..."

6. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1872)
"... Thine are germanders fill'd with dew, And sweet faint cuckoo-blooms are thine. Thy rosy fingers woods adorn, Each hand the wide-eyed windflower brings, ..."

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