Definition of Botanises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of botanise) ¹



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Definition of Botanises

1. botanise [v] - See also: botanise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Botanises

botanic gardens
botanica
botanical
botanical garden
botanical gardens
botanical medicine
botanical name
botanical names
botanically
botanicals
botanicas
botanick
botanies
botanise
botanised
botanises (current term)
botanising
botanist
botanists
botanize
botanized
botanizer
botanizers
botanizes
botanizing
botanologer
botanology
botanomancy
botanophobia
botany

Literary usage of Botanises

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1. Studies of a Biographer by Sir Leslie Stephen (1899)
"It is the state of mind in which his imaginary man of science botanises on his mother's grave ; picks the flowers to pieces and drops the sentiment. ..."

2. The Romantic Movement in English Poetry by Arthur Symons (1909)
"Crabbe was the botanist and geologist of the rockier strata of men and of the weeds and grasses of nature. He botanises among the ..."

3. Narrative of a Journey Round the Dead Sea and in the Bible Lands in 1850 and by Édouard de Warren (1854)
"The Abbé also botanises with reasonable success. During our meal two tourists, one of them a Frenchman, and the other a Swiss, have established themselves ..."

4. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1831)
"... those described by Wordsworth, — Who peeps and botanises upon his mother's grave." " A prying slave, 03- ART. III. ..."

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