Definition of Creeping wood sorrel
1. Noun. Creeping much-branched mat-forming weed; cosmopolitan.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Creeping Wood Sorrel
Literary usage of Creeping wood sorrel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Reader in Botany: Selected and Adapted from Well-known Authors by Jane Hancox Newell (1893)
"SOME AMERICAN COLONISTS.1 THE commonest weed in this little English garden at the present moment is a small creeping Wood-Sorrel, with the characteristic ..."
2. Colin Clout's Calendar: The Record of a Summer April by Grant Allen (1883)
"THE commonest weed in this little English garden at the present moment is a small creeping wood-sorrel, with the characteristic shamrock leaf (for ..."