Definition of Blue cardinal flower

1. Noun. Tall erect and very leafy perennial herb of eastern North America having dense spikes of blue flowers.

Exact synonyms: Great Lobelia, Lobelia Siphilitica
Generic synonyms: Lobelia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blue Cardinal Flower

blue beech
blue beeches
blue bellies
blue belly
blue beret
blue blood
blue bloods
blue book
blue book exam
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blue box
blue boxes
blue bugle
blue bull
blue card
blue cardinal flower (current term)
blue cards
blue cat
blue cataract
blue catfish
blue chamber
blue chambers
blue channel cat
blue channel catfish
blue cheese
blue cheese dressing
blue cheeses
blue chip
blue circle rate
blue circle rates

Literary usage of Blue cardinal flower

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1. Bulletin by Lloyd Library (Cincinnati, Ohio) (1907)
"In most books it is called Blue Cardinal flower, sometimes incorrectly abbreviated to Blue Cardinal, but in our opinion the name is not appropriate. ..."

2. A History of the Vegetable Kingdom: Embracing the Physiology of Plants, with by William Rhind (1857)
"... is also a native of Mexico, and was introduced into Britain in 1814. It is to be treated in the same manner as the others. The blue cardinal flower (I. ..."

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