Definition of Amarants

1. amarant [n] - See also: amarant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amarants

amanuenses
amanuensis
amapakati
amapakatis
amara
amaracus
amarant
amarantaceous
amaranth
amaranth family
amaranth solution
amaranthine
amaranths
amaranthum
amarantite
amarants (current term)
amarelle
amarelles
amaretti
amaretto
amaretto sour
amarettos
amarillite
amarine
amaritude
amaritudes
amarna
amaro
amaroid
amaroidal

Literary usage of Amarants

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1. Cambridge Prize Poems: A Complete Collection of Such English Poems as Have by University of Cambridge (1817)
"... Thousands of flow'rs their silken webs unfold, amarants, immortal amarants arise, These beaming bright with * vegetable gold, And these with azure, ..."

2. Select Extra-tropical Plants: Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1891)
"amarants foi- spinage must be well boiled and the water repeatedly changed. Amarantus paniculatus, Linné. (X./rumen/accus, Royle.) In tropical countries of ..."

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