Definition of Salad burnet

1. Noun. European garden herb with purple-tinged flowers and leaves that are sometimes used for salads.

Exact synonyms: Burnet Bloodwort, Pimpernel, Poterium Sanguisorba
Generic synonyms: Herb, Herbaceous Plant
Group relationships: Genus Poterium, Poterium



2. Noun. Leaves sometimes used for salad.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salad Burnet

salability
salable
salably
salaciously
salaciousness
salaciousnesses
salacities
salacity
salad
salad-dodger
salad-oil
salad bar
salad bars
salad bowl
salad burnet (current term)
salad cream
salad days
salad dodger
salad dodgers
salad dressing
salad dressings
salad fork
salad green
salad greens
salad nicoise
salad oil
salad oils
salad plate
salad year

Literary usage of Salad burnet

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1. Wild flowers by Anne Pratt (1852)
"On chalk cliffs, both those which tower above the shore, and which skirt the green lanes of England, the salad burnet is very general, though it is not ..."

2. Flowers and Their Pedigrees by Grant Allen (1883)
"The salad-burnet loves dry and wind-swept pastures or rocky hill-sides, ... Perhaps it may be asked, How do I know that the salad-burnet is not descended ..."

3. The Plants by Grant Allen (1902)
"In salad-burnet, however, the division of the sexes into separate flowers has not become a quite fixed habit; for, though most of the blossoms are either ..."

4. Popular field botany: Containing a Familiar and Technical Description of the by Agnes Catlow (1848)
"Common salad burnet. A very pretty plant growing in chalky pastures, ... It derives its name of salad burnet, from the leaves smelling and tasting like ..."

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