from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as forel.
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Rose-Still, with slices of Lemon-peel, Wood-forrel, with other restorative herbs, being distilled, give it the sick person to drink.
With the pears, South African are starting their season with forrel and Williams.
Look out for forrel, packhams and a very few conference.
Cover it again with the Ikin, ftew it with gravy, and when it is juft tender enough, take it up j then take fome forrel, fome lettuce chopped fmall, and ftew them in fome butter, with parfley, onions, and muftirooms.
- — Oxalic, acid of fugar, of forrel, faccharine acid. —
He allows, however, that thofe who touch at thefe iflands may find geefe and fnipes, and in the fummer months, wild cellery and forrel.
'racemusfecundusy or a one ranked clufter when all the foot-flalks incline to one fide; as in the forrel-tree and moil of our Mndromedas.
Arbustrum Americanum = The American grove, or, An alphabetical catalogue of forest trees and shrubs, natives of the American United States, arranged according to the Linnaean system : containing, the particular distinguishing characters of each genus, with plain, simple and familiar descriptions of the manner of growth, appearance, &c. of their several species and varieties; also, some hints of their uses in medicine, dyes, and domestic oeconomy