Definition of Manzanitas

1. Noun. (plural of manzanita) ¹



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Definition of Manzanitas

1. manzanita [n] - See also: manzanita

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manzanitas

many thanks
manyata
manyatas
manyatta
manyattas
manycore
manyfold
manyness
manyogana
manyplies
manzamine
manzamines
manzanilla
manzanillas
manzanita
manzanitas (current term)
manzello
manzellos
manzil
manzils
manœuverability
manœuverable
manœuvreability
manœuvreable
maomao
maori
maori hen
maormor
maormors
maotai

Literary usage of Manzanitas

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1. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th Series by California academy of sciences (1897)
"Of these manzanitas, there are at least four forms that appear quite different from ... If the manzanitas in other sections of California present as many ..."

2. The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines by Trinidad Hermenegildo Pardo de Tavera, Jerome Beers Thomas (1901)
"manzanitas, Sp.-Fil.; Jujube Fruit, Eng. USES.—The small fruit known commonly as manzanitas has an agreeable taste, although ordinarily offered for sale ..."

3. Pigments of Flowering Plants by Nellie Antoinette Wakeman (1913)
"It might also account for the remarkable colorations of the Madrones and manzanitas so well known upon the Pacific coast, since both are species of Arbutus ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"... Julia HS manzanitas; poem. Overland ns 68:224 S 46 Bühler, ME At a postage-stamp show; poem. St N 43:452 Mr 46 Stirring of the nest; poem. ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1896)
"Plants with tart fruit imparting a pleasant acidulous taste to water : Several species of Sumach on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, the manzanitas ..."

6. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1898)
"... and a revision of the manzanitas of Mt. Tamalpais, in which, because of the inadequacy of printed descriptions and other difficulties, three forms that ..."

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