poke-weed

  • 1poke|weed — «POHK WEED», noun. any one of a group of tropical or subtropical plants, especially a tall, branching perennial herb of North America with greenish white flowers, juicy, purple berries, and poisonous roots, sometimes called the inkberry; poke.… …

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  • 2poke-weed — n. See poke …

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  • 3poke|ber|ry — «POHK BEHR ee, buhr », noun, plural ries. 1. the deep purple berry of the pokeweed. 2. = pokeweed. (Cf. ↑pokeweed) ╂[American English < poke4, or poke (weed) + berry] …

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  • 4poke — I. n. 1. Thrust, push, shove, jog. 2. (Bot.) Garget, pigeon berry, pogan, cocum, pocan, pocan bush, poke weed (Phytolacca decandra). 3. Pocket, pouch, bag, sack. II. v. n. 1. Grope, feel one s way. 2 …

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  • 5Weed mat — is a fibrous cloth like material used in weed control.Weed mat is an artificial mulch, laid on top of the soil and prevents weeds from growing to the surface. =Laying Weed Mat [http://www.hireahubby.co.nz/news.asp?pageID=2145820979… …

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  • 6poke — poke1 [pōk] vt. poked, poking [ME poken < MDu or LowG] 1. a) to push or jab with a stick, finger, etc.; prod b) Slang to hit with the fist 2. to make by poking [to poke a hole in a bag] …

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  • 7weed — Synonyms and related words: Canada thistle, DET, DMT, LSD, Mary Jane, STP, THC, abate, abrade, abstract, acid, amphibian, angiosperm, annual, antidepressant, aquatic plant, ataractic, backset, bate, biennial, black sheep, blemish, bones, boo,… …

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  • 8pokeweed — poke·weed pō .kwēd n a coarse American perennial herb (Phytolacca americana of the family Phytolaccaceae, the pokeweed family) which has stalks of white flowers, dark purple juicy berries, and a poisonous root and from which is obtained a mitogen …

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  • 9pokeweed — poke•weed [[t]ˈpoʊkˌwid[/t]] n. pln a North American treelike plant, Phytolacca americana, of the pokeweed family, with edible shoots and juicy deep purple berries in depressed round clusters …

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  • 10pigeon-berry — n. Poke, poke weed, pocan, Virginia poke, garget (Phytolacca decandra) …

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  • 11Pokeweed — Poke weed , n. (Bot.) See {Poke}, the plant. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12garget — n. (Bot.) Poke, poke weed, pigeon berry (Phytolacca decandra) …

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  • 13List of plants by common name — The common names of plants often vary from region to region, which is why most plant encyclopedias refer to plants using their scientific names: binomials, or Latin names. Many plants have several common names, and many common names refer to… …

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  • 14Caryophyllales — ▪ plant order Introduction   pink or carnation order of dicotyledonous flowering plants. The order includes 33 families, which contain more than 11,000 species in 692 genera. Nearly half of the families are very small, with less than a dozen… …

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  • 20Rice — For other uses, see Rice (disambiguation). Oryza sativa, commonly known as Asian rice. Rice, white, long grain vegetable, raw Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) …

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