Definition of Asters

1. Noun. (plural of aster) ¹



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Definition of Asters

1. aster [n] - See also: aster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Asters

asteroidian
asteroidians
asteroidlike
asteroids
asterolepis
asterophyllite
asterophyllites
asteroseismic
asteroseismical
asteroseismological
asteroseismologically
asteroseismologist
asteroseismologists
asteroseismology
asterostromelloid
asters (current term)
asterseismology
astert
asterted
asterting
asterts
asthenia
asthenias
asthenic
asthenic personality
asthenic personality disorder
asthenic type
asthenics
asthenies
asthenopia

Literary usage of Asters

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1. Handbook of Nature-study for Teachers and Parents, Based on the Cornell by Anna Botsford Comstock (1911)
"THE asters Teacher's Story ET us believe that the scientist who gave to the asters their Latin ... "And asters by the brookside make asters in the brook. ..."

2. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club by Torrey Botanical Club (1906)
"DIVARICATI DIVISION A. DIVARICATE asters proper. ... Like the other broad-leaved asters ; which have usually narrower bracts, however. ..."

3. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1843)
"Hovey & Co., of Boston, a stand of fine double German asters. P. Dodge, a large and beautiful bouquet of dahlias, asters, gladiolus, &c. ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"The aster formation continues until a climax is reached, when one can count no less than seventy- five distinct asters scattered about through the cytoplasm ..."

5. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1862)
"We have made it up of free blooming kinds, and of the easiest culture. The Schizanthus, asters, Zinnia, and Balsams must not be grown ..."

6. The Cell in Development and Inheritance by Edmund Beecher Wilson (1911)
"Here the sperm-asters increase in size until they extend throughout the whole body ... Yet in all of those cases where the sperm-asters disappear and their ..."

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