from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as cachimilla.


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  • All the morning we travelled west, the trees ever drawing closer as our water departed on the south, running through the willows, arrow-weed, and cat-tails.

    Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico

  • Then as Peter began to crop the coarse grass which grew in sparse clumps among the straight stalks of the arrow-weed, Roger gathered together some bits of drift wood for his supper fire.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • Covered with arrow-weed, six and eight feet tall, the land was, when we got there.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • There was a hundred acres of arrow-weed between them and me.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • He fastened Peter to a clump of arrow-weed, then waded out into the stream, pushing the log before him.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • I shall start cottonwoods and arrow-weed wind breaks as soon as I turn the water in.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • The valley was sandy and the river looked shallow and slow moving, with arrow-weed growing along its edge.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • I waited for him to coil, then as I had seen the others do, I brought the butt end of an arrow-weed down on the coils and my fear of snakes was gone.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • A study of rude construction, about eighteen by thirty-five feet, with thatched roof and outside covering of native arrow-weed and built entirely by the author himself.

    The Re-Creation of Brian Kent

  • The '_arrow-shaped_' base you can find in the arrow-weed in the brook.

    Ethel Morton's Enterprise


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