Definition of Sabbatia Angularis
1. Noun. Any of several pink-flowered marsh plant of the eastern United States resembling a true centaury.
Generic synonyms: Sabbatia
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Literary usage of Sabbatia Angularis
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1. Glimpses of the Cosmos by Lester Frank Ward (1913)
"Cross-fertilization in Sabbatia angularis History.—The plants were collected and observations made on July 28, 1878, in the Rock Creek region, ..."
2. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1884)
"PERIODICITY OF Sabbatia Angularis. By MARY E. MURTFELDT of Kirk wood, Mo. ... Sabbatia angularis ..."
3. American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants by Jacob Bigelow (1817)
"The Sabbatia angularis differs from the rest of the genus in being erect, the leaves clasping, peduncles elongated and corymbose, segments of the calyx ..."
4. Characteristics of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica by Melford Eugene Douglass (1900)
"Sabbatia Angularis. American Centuary. Inveterate, nondescript cases of intermittent fever and quinine cachexia. Severe headache, and thirst for beer. ..."
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