from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Leafage; foliage.


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  • On the bottom lands the grasses began to start, the willows renewed their leafery.

    The Sagebrusher A Story of the West

  • The principal weakness of Romm's discussion, in fact, is that every criticism (except his political tea-leafery) he levels at the CIC applies, though usually with more force, to the CAT.

    The RBC

  • Liddell lokker through the leafery, ours is mistery of pain. 3 You may spin on youthlit’s bike and multiplease your Mike and Nike with your kickshoes on the algebrars but, volve the virgil page and view, the O of woman is long when burly those two muters sequent her so from Nebob4 see you never stray who’ll nimm you nice and nehm the day.

    Finnegans Wake

  • "Look on Nasrín [FN#232] those branchy shoots surround; * With greenest leafery 'tis deckt and crowned:

    Arabian nights. English


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