Definition of Hard rush
1. Noun. Tall rush of temperate regions.
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Literary usage of Hard rush
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1. The Flora of Berkshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of the by George Claridge Druce (1897)
"hard rush. J. inflexus, Linn. Sp. PI. 326 (and Huds. and With.), the earliest name. J. acutus, Gerard, 31, not of Linn. Top. Bot. 430. Syme. EB x. 25, t. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquitiesby William George Smith, Charles Anthon by William George Smith, Charles Anthon (1870)
"It is, therefore, our common hard rush, which grows in pastures and by waysides in a moist soil. It is more solid, hard, and prickly at the point than our ..."
3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1858)
"Ger. figures and describes the sea rush grass, common rush, great water or bull rush, and the sharp or hard rush, which last he says are fitter to straw ..."
4. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants: With an Easy Introduction to the by William Withering (1801)
"... of Haller and Hudson, but certainly very distinct. J. glaucus. Sibth. Fl. Oxon. hard rush. Pastures and road sides in a moist soil. P. July. ..."