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  • adj. Covered with growing clover.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Covered with growing clover.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered with clover.


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clover +‎ -ed


  • The stone wall at the front still came up to my waist, and you could still sit down and run your hand over the thistled, clovered grass that ran right up to the edge.

    Weight of the World

  • Amanda-Anne slipped off the bus and hurried down the lane, between the long lines of neatly painted fence, the gentle green, clovered swells of pastures, black and bay and glossy chestnut Arabs who stood head to tail, grazing peacefully and swatting flies from each other's faces.


  • So much of the racing life was on honor -- so much of the working out of it was in the open, where purple-clovered fields gave rest, and health, and strength, that the home atmosphere was impregnated with moral truth, and courage, and frankness, in its influence on the girl's development.


  • CIBC tapped the centuries-old clovered bond market in Europe on Tuesday with a 675-million Swiss franc financing.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Found plenty of water and watered the horses (the camels some distance behind, quite unable to keep up) and at once proceeded northward along the side of a large beautifully-timbered grassed and clovered swamp (or creek about one and a half miles across) to ascertain the fact as to the presence of a European, dead or alive, and there found a grave rudely formed by the natives, evidently not one of themselves, sufficient pains not having been taken, and from other appearances at once set it down as the grave of a white, be he who he may.

    McKinlay's Journal of Exploration in the Interior of Australia


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