Definition of Wild quinine

1. Noun. Stout perennial herb of the eastern United States with whitish flowers; leaves traditionally used by Catawba Indians to treat burns.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Wild Quinine

wild pansy
wild parsley
wild parsnip
wild pea
wild peach
wild peanut
wild pink
wild pitch
wild plum
wild plum tree
wild potato
wild potato vine
wild pumpkin
wild purslane
wild purslanes
wild quinine (current term)
wild radish
wild rape
wild raspberry
wild red oat
wild rice
wild river
wild rosemary
wild rye
wild sage
wild sarsaparilla
wild sarsparilla
wild senna
wild sensitive plant
wild service tree

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