Definition of Toad rush
1. Noun. Low-growing annual rush of damp low-lying ground; nearly cosmopolitan.
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Literary usage of Toad rush
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1. The Book of Grasses: An Illustrated Guide to the Common Grasses, and the by Mary Francis Baker (1912)
"Like y the preceding species the toad rush is found throughout nearly the whole of North America. ..."
2. Proceedings by Bristol Naturalists' Society (1876)
"The Toad-rush, although common enough in many localities, is singularly absent from a few. For instance, it is a rare plant in the vicinity of Clevedon. ..."
3. Report: New York by Otis Stuart (1904)
"J. bufonius L. toad rush. Roadsides. Common. Th. *628. J. Canadensis J. Gay. Canada Rush. Fruitport, EJ Hill; Macomb Co.; Hubbardston; northward to Sault ..."