from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of dicotyledonous plants, the water-milfoil, belonging to the polypetalous order Halorageæ, characterized by an ovary with two or four deep furrows.
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- noun chiefly monoecious and usually aquatic herbs (as the milfoils)
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The aquatic plants of the neighborhood may be kept in the aquarium, -- such things as myriophyllums, charas, eel-grass, duckmeats or lemnas, cabomba or fish grass, arrow-leafs or sagittaria, and the like; also the parrot's feather, to be bought of florists (a species of myriophyllum).
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