Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as cow-chervil.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You gaze out of the open door at a wake of bubbling cow-parsley and the green depths of a hedge in May.

    Wildwood

  • It was a perfect starlit night, nearly a new moon, and the chalky track, lined with cow-parsley, shone luminously in the darkness.

    Wildwood

  • You gaze out of the open door at a wake of bubbling cow-parsley and the green depths of a hedge in May.

    Wildwood

  • It was a perfect starlit night, nearly a new moon, and the chalky track, lined with cow-parsley, shone luminously in the darkness.

    Wildwood

  • They send them up a small cow-parsley plant to get some extra lift and take off from the dizzy top.

    Wildwood

  • They send them up a small cow-parsley plant to get some extra lift and take off from the dizzy top.

    Wildwood

  • Mess of nettles, cow-parsley, could take a scythe to them.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Mess of nettles, cow-parsley, could take a scythe to them.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Once they sought coolness and secrecy among the high cow-parsley and willow-herb of the waste building sites.

    The Complete Stories

  • 'Speaking of which,' Lieutenant Harry Price had drawn his sword as they left the town behind and now slashed with the blade at the cow-parsley that grew thick in the lane, 'are you going to give us some leave, sir?'

    Sharpe's Regiment

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