Definition of Fleabanes

1. Noun. (plural of fleabane) ¹



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Definition of Fleabanes

1. fleabane [n] - See also: fleabane

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fleabanes

flea-louse
flea-ridden
flea bag
flea bags
flea beetle
flea beetles
flea bite
flea circus
flea in one's ear
flea market
flea markets
flea pit
fleabag
fleabags
fleabane
fleabanes (current term)
fleabite
fleabites
fleabitten
fleaborne
fleahopper
fleahoppers
fleak
fleaker
fleakers
fleaking
flealike
fleam
fleams
fleamy

Literary usage of Fleabanes

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1. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1897)
"fleabanes They do not root deeply, and therefore require free watering during dry ... fleabanes Natural Order COMPOSITE. Genus Erigeron ERIGERON (Greek, en, ..."

2. Wild Flowers of the North American Mountains by Julia W. Henshaw (1915)
"The fleabanes differ from the Asters in one very essential particular, namely, that the rays of the ... Also the fleabanes bloom earlier in the season. ..."

3. Mountain Wild Flowers of America: A Simple and Popular Guide to the Names by Julia W. Henshaw (1906)
"The fleabanes differ from the Asters in one very essential particular, namely, that the rays of the ... Also the fleabanes bloom earlier in the season. ..."

4. Mountain Wild Flowers of Canada: A Simple and Popular Guide to the Names and by Julia Wilmotte Henshaw (1906)
"The fleabanes differ from the Asters in one very essential particular, namely, that the rays of the ... Also the fleabanes bloom earlier in the season. ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly (1891)
"... fleabanes, cat's-ears, dandelions, and lettuces. Indeed, one may say roughly, there are very few plants of any size or importance in the economy of ..."

6. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"The garden fleabanes are practically all perennials. A few annuals are harmless and pretty weeds. Some species have roots that are biennial, ..."

7. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1903)
"fleabanes. Eastern and middle Kansas. Astringent, diaphoretic, diuretic, stimulant, tonic. 98. Eryngium aquaticum. Rattlesnake's master. Eastern Kansas. ..."

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