Definition of Pellitories

1. Noun. (plural of pellitory) ¹



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Definition of Pellitories

1. pellitory [n] - See also: pellitory

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pellitories

pelletizations
pelletize
pelletized
pelletizer
pelletizers
pelletizes
pelletizing
pellets
pellibranchiata
pellicle
pellicles
pellicular
pellicule
pelliculous
pellile
pellitories (current term)
pellitorine
pellitory
pellitory-of-Spain
pellitory-of-the-wall
pellitory of Spain
pellitory of the wall
pellmell
pellmells
pellock
pellocks
pellote
pellouxite
pells
pellucid

Literary usage of Pellitories

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1. Logic by William Stanley Jevons (1889)
"A ll the Kings of the whole of Palestine were men of remarkable achievements. or, Nettles, pellitories, figs, mulberries have flowers with a single perianth ..."

2. Colin Clout's Calendar: The Record of a Summer April by Grant Allen (1883)
"By these and numerous other minute agreements in points of structure, the nettles, hops, and pellitories are all seen to be descendants of a single common ..."

3. Logic by Richard Frederick Clarke (1906)
"A II the Kings of the whole of Palestine were men of remarkable achievements. or, Nettles, pellitories, figs, mulberries have ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1884)
".Below me the big town wall, shaggy with pellitories and large sedums, dropped some thirty or forty feet into a tangle of olives and chestnuts, ..."

5. Early English Text Society by Early English Text Society (1868)
"... is Pellitory of the wall, parietaria. Wall pellitory abounds in nitrate of potass. There are two other pellitories : ' P. of Spain '—this is ..."

6. The Babees Book: Aristotle's A B C, Urbanitatis, Stans Puer Ad Mensam, The by Frederick James Furnivall (1868)
"Wall pellitory abounds in nitrate of potass. There aro two other pellitories : ' P. of Spain '—this is ..."

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