from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See clover.


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  • The honey is the same, whether the bee stores it from the meadow-clover and the wild-flower of our own fields, or, loitering over city wharves, gathers it from ships laden with tropic oranges and orient dates.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 106, August, 1866

  • Chief among these is the red meadow-clover, the pride of the hayfields.

    The Naturalist on the Thames

  • He was at this time engaged in cutting the native grass, -- rush-grass and meadow-clover, as he called it, -- on the meadows and small, low islands of this stream.

    The Maine Woods


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