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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of marigold.
“You are as gay as a marygold: and I wear your colors, thou laughing mother of mischief!”
“So in cornfields we have the scarlet poppies, the purple corn-cockle, the yellow corn-marygold, and the blue cornflower; while on our moors the purple heath and the dwarf gorse make”
“When these insects have been developed, their destruction may be secured by either one of the following remedies: calomel, applied in powder, or suspended in water; black wash; creosote and water; an infusion of the marygold; chloroform; elder juice; an infusion of elder leaves and flowers; and various other applications, which it is unnecessary to mention.”
“And when the boy called him at the hours of prayer, saying, "My Father, it is now time for the Nones office, for the marygold is closing," or”
“It was in vain Wolfert's wife remonstrated; it was in vain his darling daughter wept over the destruction of some favourite marygold.”
“It was in vain Wolfert's wife remonstrated; it was in vain his darling daughter wept over the destruction of some favorite marygold.”
“You gaze, and are first struck with its matchless window: call it rose, or marygold, as you please.”
“«You gaze, and are first-struck with its matchless window: call it rose, or marygold, as you please.”
“As the marygold that openeth its leaves when the sun riseth, and closeth when it goeth down again, so exactly doth our spiritual constitution follow the motions of his countenance, and depend wholly on them.”
“The flowers of french marygold (tagetes patu - la) feparated from their calices, were fubjefted to the fame trials.”
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