Definition of Mugworts

1. Noun. (plural of mugwort) ¹



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Definition of Mugworts

1. mugwort [n] - See also: mugwort

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mugworts

mughams
mugho pine
mughouse
mughouses
mugil
mugiloid
mugless
mugo pine
mugs
mugs' games
mugsful
mugshot
mugshots
mugweed
mugwort
mugworts (current term)
mugwump
mugwumpery
mugwumpish
mugwumpism
mugwumpisms
mugwumps
muhajir
muhajireen
muhajirun
muhlies
muhly
muid
muids
muil

Literary usage of Mugworts

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1. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1905)
"These plants are closely allied to our popular chrysanthemums, originally known as mugworts. Such bitter or aromatic plants were used to preserve the flavor ..."

2. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Élisée Reclus (1891)
"The vast plain, green from February to May, yellow for the rest of the year, is connected by its mugworts with the Russian zone, by its mimosas with the ..."

3. Letters of Thomas Carlyle, 1826-1836 by Thomas Carlyle (1889)
"... with trees, grass and mugworts (that would delight Leigh Hunt) more immediately at hand, I dash you off some fractions of Autobiography as I can. ..."

4. The Palaces of Crete and Their Builders by Angelo Mosso (1907)
"The bitter mugworts rise like pyramids of grey leaves among the yellow grain between the walls; only the rose bush, with its laughing petals and the sweet ..."

5. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1863)
"... the stalks of the nettle, the mugworts, and the dyer's weed; wood-shavings, saw-dust, potatoes, and fir-cones; and numerous varieties of leaves, stalks, ..."

6. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1905)
"These plants are closely allied to our popular chrysanthemums, originally known as mugworts. Such bitter or aromatic plants were used to preserve the flavor ..."

7. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Élisée Reclus (1891)
"The vast plain, green from February to May, yellow for the rest of the year, is connected by its mugworts with the Russian zone, by its mimosas with the ..."

8. Letters of Thomas Carlyle, 1826-1836 by Thomas Carlyle (1889)
"... with trees, grass and mugworts (that would delight Leigh Hunt) more immediately at hand, I dash you off some fractions of Autobiography as I can. ..."

9. The Palaces of Crete and Their Builders by Angelo Mosso (1907)
"The bitter mugworts rise like pyramids of grey leaves among the yellow grain between the walls; only the rose bush, with its laughing petals and the sweet ..."

10. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1863)
"... the stalks of the nettle, the mugworts, and the dyer's weed; wood-shavings, saw-dust, potatoes, and fir-cones; and numerous varieties of leaves, stalks, ..."

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