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- n. Plural form of hyssop.
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Aside from hyssops, Chloë had no idea what Bernadette put in her poultice.
She continued, Borage and hyssops create a condition of reverse osmosis.
Next came Mules high-laden with crosses, chandeliers, censers, holy-water vessels, hyssops; -- recalling to mind the Priests of Cybele, whose panniers, filled with the instruments of their worship, served at once as storehouse, sacristy and temple.
I refer to the _Labiate_ family, -- a family to which the lavenders, the mints, the thymes, and the hyssops belong, with basil, rosemary, and marjoram, -- all plants of "gray renown," as