Definition of Scentless mayweed

1. Noun. Ubiquitous European annual weed with white flowers and finely divided leaves naturalized and sometimes cultivated in eastern North America; sometimes included in genus Matricaria.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scentless Mayweed

scent hounds
scent out
scented
scented fern
scented penstemon
scented wattle
scentful
scenthound
scenthounds
scenting
scentings
scentless
scentless camomile
scentless false camomile
scentless hayweed
scentless mayweed (current term)
scentlessness
scents
scepsis
scepsises
scepter
sceptered
scepterellate
sceptering
scepters
sceptic
sceptical
sceptically
scepticism
scepticisms

Literary usage of Scentless mayweed

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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1885)
"For instance, Chrysanthemum inodorum, the scentless mayweed, very closely resembles the camomile in leaves, flowers, and general habit. ..."

2. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1885)
"The latter species, however, has a strong, bitter taste, which probably serves as a protection to it, and of which also, perhaps, the scentless mayweed may ..."

3. Flowers, Fruits and Leaves by John Lubbock (1886)
"For instance, Chrysanthemum inodorum, the scentless Mayweed, very closely resembles the Chamomile in leaves, flowers, and general habit. ..."

4. Flowers, Fruits and Leaves by John Lubbock (1894)
"For instance, Chrysanthemum inodorum, the scentless Mayweed, very closely resembles the Chamomile in leaves, flowers, and general habit. ..."

5. My Devon Year by Eden Phillpotts (1904)
"... is a likely visitor tucked into the hedge-bank; the ox-eye daisy and other daisy-flowered folk, such as mayweed and scentless mayweed, are present also; ..."

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