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  • n. Plural form of pasqueflower.


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  • She saw blue-purple pasqueflowers, erect and beautiful, each rising from expanding leaves covered with fine hairs and, unbidden, the medical associations came into her mind-the dried plant was helpful for headaches and women's cramps-but she enjoyed it as much for its beauty as for its usefulness.

    The Plains of Passage


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