Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of polypetalous plants of the order Caryophylleæ and tribe Sileneæ.

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  • noun mostly perennial Old World herbs

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Examples

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

  • The fruit of the copalxocotl, soap tree, and the root of saponaria americana would both make a lather for washing the body, hair, and clothing.

    soap

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