Definition of Sea dahlia

1. Noun. Stout herb with flowers one to a stalk; ornamental developed from a Mexican wildflower.

Exact synonyms: Coreopsis Maritima
Generic synonyms: Coreopsis, Tick-weed, Tickseed, Tickweed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sea Dahlia

sea coot
sea coots
sea corn
sea cow
sea cows
sea cradle
sea crawfish
sea crayfish
sea creature
sea crow
sea cucumber
sea cucumbers
sea dace
sea daffodil
sea daffodils
sea dahlia (current term)
sea day
sea devil
sea devils
sea dog
sea dogs
sea dotterel
sea dove
sea dragon
sea dragons
sea drake
sea drakes
sea duck
sea ducks
sea eagle

Literary usage of Sea dahlia

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1. The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits by Mary Elizabeth Parsons (1906)
"... found upon the beach at almost any time of year. The stout root, which often becomes several feet long, is sometimes eaten by the Indians. SEA-DAHLIA. ..."

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