Definition of Shawnee salad

1. Noun. Showy perennial herb with white flowers; leaves sometimes used as edible greens in southeastern United States.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shawnee Salad

Shavian alphabet
Shavians
Shavon
Shavonne
Shavous
Shavuos
Shavuot
Shavuoth
Shaw
Shawism
Shawisms
Shawn
Shawna
Shawnee
Shawnee cake
Shawnee salad
Shawnees
Shawwal
Shay
Shaye
Shaz
Shazia
Shea
Sheandra
Shearer
Sheba
Shebat
Shebrew
Shebrews
Sheehan's syndrome

Literary usage of Shawnee salad

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1. The Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Its by James Gettys McGready Ramsey (1853)
"... gathered some herbs on the bottoms of Cumberland, which some of the company called shawnee salad. Tuesday, 28th.—Set out very early this morning; ..."

2. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1896)
"... but buffalo were plenty and they hunted them steadily for their meat; and they also made what some of them called "shawnee salad" from a kind of green ..."

3. The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt (1889)
"... hunted them steadily for their meat; and they also made what some of them called " shawnee salad" from a kind of green herb that grew in the bottoms. ..."

4. The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt (1889)
"... hunted them steadily for their meat; and they also made what some of them called " shawnee salad " from a kind of green herb that grew in the bottoms. ..."

5. The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt (1900)
"... hunted them steadily for their meat; and they also made what some of them called " shawnee salad " from a kind of green herb that grew in the bottoms. ..."

6. The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt (1889)
"... hunted them steadily for their meat; and they also made what some of them called " shawnee salad" from a kind of green herb that grew in the bottoms. ..."

7. ...Pioneers of the Mississippi Valley by Charles A[lexander] McMurry (1904)
"They also made what was called shawnee salad, from a kind of green herb that grew in the bottoms." It was not till the 24th of April that they reached Big ..."

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