Definition of Peanut vine

1. Noun. Widely cultivated American plant cultivated in tropical and warm regions; showy yellow flowers on stalks that bend over to the soil so that seed pods ripen underground.

Exact synonyms: Arachis Hypogaea, Peanut
Terms within: Earthnut, Goober, Goober Pea, Groundnut, Monkey Nut, Peanut, Peanut
Generic synonyms: Legume, Leguminous Plant
Group relationships: Arachis, Genus Arachis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peanut Vine

peanisms
peans
peanut
peanut agglutinin
peanut bar
peanut brittle
peanut galleries
peanut milk
peanut oil
peanut paste
peanut vine (current term)
peanut worm
peanutlike
peanuts
peanutty
peapod
peapods
pear
pear-shaped
pear-shaped area
pear blight
pear haw
pear hawthorn
pear of anguish
pear tree

Literary usage of Peanut vine

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1. Feeds and Feeding: A Hand-book for the Student and Stockman by William Arnon Henry (1910)
"Peanut-vine, Arachis hypogaea.—Newman of the Arkansas Station2 reports hay of the peanut vine close in value to that from alfalfa and clover. ..."

2. How to Feed the Dairy Cow: Breeding and Feeding Dairy Cattle by Hugh G. Van Pelt (1919)
"The peanut vine thrives so luxuriantly in the south and furnishes digestible protein and fat in such abundance that there is much of the land that may well ..."

3. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"The whole plant, vine and nuts, noted as " peanut vine," is superior to alfalfa in fat and almost its equal in protein content. The value of the peanut as ..."

4. Settler's Guide and Farmer's Handbook by Western Australia Dept. of Agriculture, L. Lindley-Cowen (1897)
"Peanut-vine hay is more nutritious than that of red clover. The yield of nuts ranges from 50 to 75 bushels to the acre. The Spanish peanut is the one ..."

5. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"Roots of peanut vine, Showing the Value of This Plant as a Nitrogen Gatherer. The nodules on the roots are formed by the bacteria which collect the ..."

6. Commerce and Industry by Joseph Russell Smith (1916)
"At certain times corn is blasted by a shortage of water, while the peanut vine merely waits for rain and grows when it comes. Then the hogs root the crop up ..."

7. Commerce and Industry by Joseph Russell Smith (1916)
"At certain times corn is blasted by a shortage of water, while the peanut vine merely waits for rain and grows when it comes. Then the hogs root the crop up ..."

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