Definition of Lamb's-quarter

1. Noun. Leaves collected from the wild.

Exact synonyms: Pigweed, Wild Spinach
Generic synonyms: Green, Greens, Leafy Vegetable
Group relationships: Chenopodium Album, Lamb's-quarters, Pigweed, Wild Spinach



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamb's-quarter

lamaic
lamaism
lamaist
lamaists
lamalginite
lamalginites
lamantin
lamantins
lamarckian theory
lamarckianism
lamarckism
lamas
lamaseries
lamasery
lamb
lamb's-quarter
lamb's-quarters
lamb's bread
lamb's lettuce
lamb-chop
lamb chop
lamb curry
lamb dysentery
lamb roast
lamb succory
lambadas
lambast
lambaste

Literary usage of Lamb's-quarter

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1. A History of Canada by Charles George Douglas Roberts (1897)
"The early buds of the basswood were gathered and boiled, with the weed called " lamb,s-quarter," and pigweed, and the wild " Indian cabbage. ..."

2. Vegetable Gardening by Samuel Bowdlear Green (1915)
"... and spinach, whose cultural directions are here given, this family includes such weeds as Russian thistle, goosefoot, and lamb,s quarter or pigweed. ..."

3. The Butterfly Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Butterflies of by William Jacob Holland (1898)
"... 109 Lamb,s-quarter, 330 lanceolata, Euchloe, 285 lappets, 17 Lady, The Painted, 170, 171; The West Laria, genus of moths, 224; rossi, 224 larva. ..."

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