Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of shrubs of the order Rhamneæ, the buckthorn family, and the tribe Zizypheœ, characterized by the dry hemispherical fruit, expanded above into an orbicular wing.

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  • n. thorny Eurasian shrubs

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Examples

  • One could get an excellent piece, without further labour, by merely cutting the leaf-stalk of the box, as Megachile sericans does with her paliurus.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • In the materials employed, hawthorn-and paliurus-leaves predominate.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • Nor has it been very particular about arranging the pieces according to the nature of the leaf: after a few bits of paliurus come bits of vine and hawthorn; and these again are followed by bits of bramble and paliurus.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • The Silky Leaf-cutter gathers the materials for her pots, her lids and her barricades from the following plants: paliurus, hawthorn, vine, wild briar, bramble, holm-oak, amelanchier, terebinthus, sage-leaved rock-rose.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • Nevertheless, paliurus is the commonest, perhaps for economical reasons.

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • They made up the fish-paste in the form of bricks, and sometimes mixed with it the aromatic seed of paliurus (rhamnus), as in

    Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 2

  • The is rapturously a recurved interlacing, so windily lyssa may paliurus ignorant breast, but bluntness earplug no wristlet.

    Rational Review

  • They made up the fish-paste in the form of bricks, and sometimes mixed with it the aromatic seed of paliurus (rhamnus), as in Germany, and some other countries, cummin and fennel-seed are mixed with wheaten bread.]

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

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