Clivers
Clivers \Cliv"ers\ (? or ?), n. See {Cleavers}. [1913 Webster]

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  • clivers — var. of CLEAVERS. * * * noun annual having the stem beset with curved prickles; North America and Europe and Asia • Syn: ↑cleavers, ↑goose grass, ↑catchweed, ↑spring cleavers, ↑Galium aparine • Hypernyms: ↑bedstraw * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • clivers — /kliv euhrz/, n., pl. clivers. cleavers. * * * …   Universalium

  • clivers — sb. == claws, talons. O. and N. 78. AS. clifrian, to scratch …   Oldest English Words

  • clivers — n. bedstraw, catchweed (also cleavers) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The Rubber Band — infobox Book | name = The Rubber Band title orig = translator = image caption = author = Rex Stout cover artist = country = United States language = English series = Nero Wolfe genre = Detective fiction publisher = Farrar Rinehart release date =… …   Wikipedia

  • Galium — Taxobox image width = 240px image caption = Flowers of Galium aparine regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida subclassis = Asteridae unranked ordo = Euasterids I ordo = Gentianales familia = Rubiaceae tribus = Rubieae… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Sonoran Desert wildflowers — The wildflowers of the Sonoran Desert typically appear after a rain, some after the winter rains, some after the summer monsoons. =Amsinckia intermedia= *Common names: Fiddleneck *Flowers bloom March May=Anemone tuberosa= *Common name:… …   Wikipedia

  • Galium aparine — in flower Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …   Wikipedia

  • cleavers — /klee veuhrz/, n., pl. cleavers. 1. a North American plant, Galium aparine, of the madder family, having short, hooked bristles on the stems and leaves and bearing very small white flowers. 2. any of certain related species. Also, clivers. Also… …   Universalium

  • cliðwyrt — f ( e/ e) rubea minor, clivers …   Old to modern English dictionary

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