Definition of Sauce-alone
1. Noun. European herb that smells like garlic.
Generic synonyms: Crucifer, Cruciferous Plant
Group relationships: Alliaria, Genus Alliaria
Medical Definition of Sauce-alone
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Literary usage of Sauce-alone
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Flora Medica: A History of the Medicinal Plants of Great Britain by Benjamin Herbert Barton, Thomas Castle (1877)
"... or in fomentations, it is a popular topical application for bruises, local œdema, tumours, and atonic swellings. CLX. ERYSIMUM ALLIARIA, L. sauce-alone, ..."
2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"It is clear, therefore, that this plant derived its name, sauce-alone, from its properties, and not from a lane, on the side of which it sometimes grows, ..."
3. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1885)
"Commonest of common plants is the ' sauce alone,' in every hedge, on every bank, the whitish- green leaf is found, yet I could not make certain of it. ..."
4. The Phytologist: A Botanical Journal edited by Alexander Irvine (1861)
"We have the word applied to one of the popular names of Alliaria officinalis, Jack-by-the-hedge, or sauce-alone. May not sauce-alone mean Saucer a-lane, ..."
5. The Open Air by Richard Jefferies (1885)
"My " sauce alone " identification was right; to be right and not certain is still unsatisfactory. There shone on the banks white stars among the grass. ..."
6. Walks after wild flowers; or The botany of the Bohereens by Richard Dowden (1852)
"This sauce alone, however, would, by the more refined palates of our times, be sauce left alone: strongly odorous condiments being now to many persons ..."
7. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1822)
"Nettle, campion, thistle, bryony, burdock, ox-tongue, sauce-alone, and other tops ; chickweed, wild-rocket, sea-belt, and other leaves. ..."