Definition of Anchusas

1. Noun. (plural of anchusa) ¹



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Definition of Anchusas

1. anchusa [n] - See also: anchusa

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anchusas

anchovetta
anchovettas
anchovies
anchovy
anchovy butter
anchovy dressing
anchovy paste
anchovy pear
anchovy pear tree
anchovy pears
anchovy pizza
anchovy sauce
anchovy toast
anchovylike
anchusa
anchusas (current term)
anchusin
anchusins
anchylose
anchylosed
anchyloses
anchylosing
anchylosis
anchylostomiasis
anchylotic
ancien regime
anciency
anciens régimes
ancient
ancient Greeks

Literary usage of Anchusas

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1. A Garden of Peace: A Medley in Quietude by Frank Frankfort Moore (1920)
"I congratulated one of the gardeners upon his anchusas, and he smiled in an eminently ... You see, sir, I was brought up among anchusas: I was one of the ..."

2. A Practical Guide to Garden Plants by John Weathers (1901)
"anchusas grow readily in ordinary soil in sunny situations, and are easily increased by seeds sown in spring in sandy soil, or by division of the tufts in ..."

3. Continuous Bloom in America: Where, When, What, to Plant, with Other by Louise Shelton (1915)
"Alternate anchusas Opal and tall Zinnias; in a very long bed, add to the line three groups of pink Cannas in front of Delphiniums (three Can- nas to a ..."

4. My Garden by Louise Beebe Wilder (1916)
"Better than the type is the Dropmore variety, and better still, it is said, is that called Opal, but to this I cannot testify. anchusas have a longer ..."

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