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  • n. Plural form of groundsel.

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Examples

  • Most astonishing are the giant groundsels, ericas and lobelias of the ecologically fragile tree heath and alpine zones.

    Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Uganda

  • It protects five distinct vegetation zones, several endangered species and a very unusual cloud forest flora, which includes giant heathers, groundsels and lobelias, characterized as 'Africa's botanic big game'.

    Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Uganda

  • Observations on the giant groundsels of upper Kilimanjaro.

    Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania

  • There were no bellflowers, rampions, worts, groundsels, daisies, lilies, saxifrages, pinks, monkshoods, or beautiful little edelweiss to ease the bitter cold monotony of the freezing fields of winter.

    The Plains of Passage

  • She ran through the meadows and woods collecting more plants Iza had used in making her healing magic: white-leafed thistle with round, pale yellow flowers and yellow spikes; large, brilliant yellow groundsels; grape hyacinths, so blue they were almost black.

    The Clan of the Cave Bear

  • The foundation consists of four well hewn groundsels, of about eight by ten inches, leveled and laid upon cross sawed blocks of a larger tree, or upon large stones.

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

  • One of the groundsels (_Senecio viscosus_) is a recent immigrant from

    The Foot-path Way

  • All the willows and poplars have also winged seeds: so have the whole vast tribe of hawkweeds, groundsels, ragworts, thistles, fleabanes, cat's-ears, dandelions, and lettuces.

    Science in Arcady

  • Examples of these include Tansy ragwort or groundsels (Senecio spp.), hound's tongue (Cynoglossum spp.), horsebrush (Tetradymia spp.), and alsike clover

    TheHorse.com News

  • a brick or stone wall beneath the groundsels; but they have no floors or windows, except a plank or two along the sides to raise upon hinges for sake of air, and occasional light: indeed, if these were constructed with sides similar to the brewery tops in London, I think it would be found advantageous.

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

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