Definition of Symplocarpus foetidus

1. Noun. Deciduous perennial low-growing fetid swamp plant of eastern North America having minute flowers enclosed in a mottled greenish or purple cowl-shaped spathe.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Symplocarpus Foetidus

Symbion pandora
Symbionese
Symonds
Symone
Symons
Symphalangus
Symphalangus syndactylus
Symphoricarpos
Symphoricarpos alba
Symphoricarpos orbiculatus
Symphyla
Symphytum
Symphytum officinale
Symplocaceae
Symplocarpus
Symplocarpus foetidus
Symplocus
Symplocus paniculata
Symplocus tinctoria
Synagrops
Synagrops bellus
Synanceja
Synanceja verrucosa
Synapsida
Synaptomys
Synaptomys borealis
Synaptomys cooperi
Synchytriaceae
Synchytrium
Synchytrium endobioticum

Literary usage of Symplocarpus foetidus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. "Forget Not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768, of Peter by Peter Collinson, Alan W. Armstrong (2002)
"The Warmth of the Ship & want of Air had Occasion'd the Skunk Weed [ Symplocarpus foetidus \ to putt forth Two Fine Blossoms very Beautifull. ..."

2. "Forget Not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768 of Peter by Peter Collinson (2002)
"The Warmth of the Ship & want of Air had Occasion'd the Skunk Weed \Symplocarpus foetidus] to putt forth Two Fine Blossoms very Beautifull. ..."

3. King's American Dispensatory by John King (1909)
"As far as we can ascertain, the only analysis on record of symplocarpus foetidus is that of Mr. Jos. M. Turner (Amer. Jour. Pharm., 1836, Vol. VIII, pp. ..."

4. Baker's Darkey Plays: A Collection of Short, Humorous Plays in Black Face by Frank E. Hiland, George H. Coes, E. Bowers, Walter H. Baker & Co. (Boston, Mass.) (1903)
"Tell ma what the symplocarpus foetidus is ; tell me at once J. Well, stand away so I can run. symplocarpus foetidus is—skunk's cabbage. [Runx off stage. ..."

5. A Practical Course in Botany: With Especial Reference to Its Bearings on by Eliza Frances Andrews (1911)
"Fruit symplocarpus foetidus. Skunk Cabbage. Leaf and section of inflorescence. a globular mass, composed of the enlarged and spongy spadix, enclosing the ..."

6. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States: Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord Britton, Addison Brown (1896)
"1808 symplocarpus foetidus Nutt. Gen. i: 106. 1818. Leaves numerous, in large crowns, i°-3° long, often i° wide, strongly nerved, abruptly acute at the apex ..."

7. "Forget Not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768, of Peter by Peter Collinson, Alan W. Armstrong (2002)
"The Warmth of the Ship & want of Air had Occasion'd the Skunk Weed [ Symplocarpus foetidus \ to putt forth Two Fine Blossoms very Beautifull. ..."

8. "Forget Not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768 of Peter by Peter Collinson (2002)
"The Warmth of the Ship & want of Air had Occasion'd the Skunk Weed \Symplocarpus foetidus] to putt forth Two Fine Blossoms very Beautifull. ..."

9. King's American Dispensatory by John King (1909)
"As far as we can ascertain, the only analysis on record of symplocarpus foetidus is that of Mr. Jos. M. Turner (Amer. Jour. Pharm., 1836, Vol. VIII, pp. ..."

10. Baker's Darkey Plays: A Collection of Short, Humorous Plays in Black Face by Frank E. Hiland, George H. Coes, E. Bowers, Walter H. Baker & Co. (Boston, Mass.) (1903)
"Tell ma what the symplocarpus foetidus is ; tell me at once J. Well, stand away so I can run. symplocarpus foetidus is—skunk's cabbage. [Runx off stage. ..."

11. A Practical Course in Botany: With Especial Reference to Its Bearings on by Eliza Frances Andrews (1911)
"Fruit symplocarpus foetidus. Skunk Cabbage. Leaf and section of inflorescence. a globular mass, composed of the enlarged and spongy spadix, enclosing the ..."

12. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States: Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord Britton, Addison Brown (1896)
"1808 symplocarpus foetidus Nutt. Gen. i: 106. 1818. Leaves numerous, in large crowns, i°-3° long, often i° wide, strongly nerved, abruptly acute at the apex ..."

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