American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See eastern camass.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Bot.) See Hyacinth, 1 (b).
- n. eastern camas; eastern and central North America
- n. sometimes placed in genus Scilla
“O'er the muir, amang the heather," Eleanor's walk had gone; and her basket was gay with gorse and broom just opening; but from grassy banks on her way she had brought the bright blue speedwell; and clematis and bryony from the hedges, and from under them wild hyacinth and white campion and crane's-bill and primroses; and a meadow she had passed over gave her one or two pretty kinds of orchis, with daisies and cowslips, and grasses of various kinds.”
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