Definition of Borages
1. borage [n] - See also: borage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Borages
Literary usage of Borages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Exploring the Borderlands: Documents of the Committee on Common Problems of by Joe Cain (2004)
"Fossil record[s] of a few other herbs (borages, Cyperaceae and others) is being gradually built up, and will be soon available for similar evaluation. ..."
2. First book of Indian botany by Daniel Oliver (1869)
"It differs from the borages in having a twice-forked terminal style, baccate fruit, and plaited cotyledons. 67. Natural Order, Solanacea. ..."
3. Nature and Development of Plants by Carlton Clarence Curtis (1918)
"These plants are sharply characterized by square stems, opposite leaves, aromatic oils, nut-like fruits as in the borages, but the corolla is very irregular ..."
4. Spicilegium Neilgherrense, Or, a Selection of Neilgherry Plants: Drawn and by Robert Wight (1851)
"This tendency to separation is considered characteristic of the borages, while union is viewed as the constant character of the ..."