[ UK /ænd‍ʒˈɛlɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈændʒəˌɫikə, ænˈdʒɛɫɪkə/ ]
  1. aromatic stems or leaves or roots of Angelica Archangelica
  2. candied stalks of the angelica plant
  3. any of various tall and stout herbs of the genus Angelica having pinnately compound leaves and small white or greenish flowers in compound umbels
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How To Use angelica In A Sentence

  • Angelica points up and shows them the scrollwork along the ceiling, which makes them ooh and aah. The Kitchen Daughter
  • Between Koma and The Eye Angelica Lee is running the risk of being typecast as the organ-transplant actress.
  • He establishes that Evangelical theology ‘lacks a unitary hermeneutic’ of Catholicism.
  • Uncooked angelica sinensis lubricates the intestines and frees the stools.
  • He took up the cause with evangelical fervor.
  • Several herbs also help rebalance the female endocrine system, including angelica (dong quai), licorice root, black cohosh, and chasteberries.
  • By toadying to the royal family of Crim Tartary, she was lady-in-waiting to the young Princess Angelica.
  • We shall see, however, that while evangelicals were readier to defend racial segregation than nonevangelicals, in part because of where they lived, their distinctiveness on this dimension declined as evangelicalism grew. American Grace
  • These men co-operated in the camps and conferences of the Evangelical Movement of Wales.
  • It is the fastest growing section of the Anglican Church, with more than one third of Anglican churchgoers claiming to be Evangelicals.
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