Definition of Samnitis

1. an unknown poisonous plant (Spenser) [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Samnitis

samiti
samitis
samizdat
samizdats
samlet
samlets
samlor
samlors
sammed
sammich
sammiches
sammier
sammiers
sammies
samming
samnitis (current term)
samoa
samogon
samoleon
samosa
samosas
samoun
samovar
samovars
samoyedes
samoyeds
sampan
sampans
samphire
samphires

Literary usage of Samnitis

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1. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1874)
"Tetra was the old name for the deadly nightshade, and the mortal samnitis is the saim or juniper tree. The above quotations will be sufficient to explain ..."

2. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1874)
"Tetra was the old name for the deadly nightshade, and the mortal samnitis is the saim or juniper tree. The above quotations will be sufficient to explain ..."

3. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1874)
"Tetra was the old name for the deadly nightshade, and the mortal samnitis is the saim or juniper tree. The above quotations will be sufficient to explain ..."

4. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1874)
"Tetra was the old name for the deadly nightshade, and the mortal samnitis is the saim or juniper tree. The above quotations will be sufficient to explain ..."

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