Definition of Alpine mouse-ear

1. Noun. Widespread in the Arctic and on mountains in Europe.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alpine Mouse-ear

Alphonse
Alphonse Bertillon
Alphonse Capone
Alphonsine
Alphonso
Alpine
Alpine anemone
Alpine besseya
Alpine celery pine
Alpine enchanter's nightshade
Alpine fir
Alpine glacier
Alpine golden chain
Alpine lady fern
Alpine lift
Alpine mouse-ear
Alpine scurvy
Alpine type of glacier
Alpine woodsia
Alpinia
Alpinia Zerumbet
Alpinia galanga
Alpinia officinalis
Alpinia officinarum
Alpinia purpurata
Alpinia speciosa
Alpinism
Alport's syndrome
Alps

Literary usage of Alpine mouse-ear

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1. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants by William Withering, William Macgillivray (1837)
"alpine mouse-ear Chick-weed. Leaves elliptical, covered with long silky hairs, or nearly smooth ; panicle few-flowered ; capsule oblong, recurved. ..."

2. A flora of the English lake district by John Gilbert Baker (1885)
"Range i. C. Amongst the red sandstone quarries of Penrith Beacon. 250-300 yards.—(B.) 196. Cerastium alpinum, L. (alpine mouse-ear). Native. Highland type. ..."

3. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvement of the by William Withering (1830)
"E.) alpine mouse-ear CHICKWEED. Mountains and sides of rills, as on Snowdon, on the north side of y Wyddfa and Clogwyn dû 'г Arddu near ..."

4. Wild flowers by Anne Pratt (1853)
"The flower is described as very common in most counties of England, but the author does not find it so in Kent. It is rare in Scotland. The alpine mouse-ear ..."

5. British and Garden Botany: Consisting of Descriptions of the Flowering by Leo Hartley Grindon (1864)
"Stems 3—6 inches long or high, much branched at the lower part, prostrate or ascending; flowers few. Plant sub-glabrous or downy. 37. alpine mouse-ear. ..."

6. The English Lakes by Frederick Gaspard Brabant (1902)
"Other rare plants are Cerastium Alpinum (alpine mouse-ear), Thlaspi Alpestre, found on the precipices of Helvellyn, and Saussurea Alpina ..."

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