How To Use Mayweed In A Sentence

  • By this time generally the corn is high above the mayweed, but this year the flower is level with its shelter. The Toilers of the Field
  • The cornflower and mayweed on the garland around the mummy were in flower in March and April, which tells us the time of year he was buried," said Nigel Hepper of the Royal Horticultural Society at Kew Gardens. Tutankhamun Died In a Hunting Accident | Impact Lab
  • It held many memories for Sam -- a gift from Cata, way back when; he'd never used it professionally except once to carry willowbark and mayweed powder in, sovereign against the headaches that plagued him one year during a particularly bad pollen harvest. Villains by Necessity
  • Some knotty knapweeds stay in out-of-the-way places, where the scythe has not been; some bunches of mayweed, too, are visible in the corners of the stubble. Nature Near London
  • Without IPU we will see weeds such as groundsel and mayweed slipping through the net, and some mopping up in spring may be required. FWi - All News
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  • Botanists found it included cornflowers and mayweed that were fresh at the time the decoration was made. Tutankhamun Died In a Hunting Accident | Impact Lab
  • Yellows of different complexions were discovered in mayweed, goldenrod and sumac, and the little-girl Faiths and Hopes and Harmonys came in with fingers pink from the handling of pokeberries and purple from blackberry stain, tempting the sight with evanescent dyes which would not keep their color even when stayed with alum and fortified with salt. The Development of Embroidery in America
  • I have some lovely scarlet pimqernel, corn camomile (you may know that better as mayweed) ... ' Funeral In Berlin
  • As tall as the young corn the mayweed fringes the arable fields with its white rays and yellow centre, somewhat as the broad moon-daisies stand in the grass. The Toilers of the Field
  • Out from that trench, sometimes stealthily slipping between the flattened fern-stalks, came a weasel, and, running through the plantains and fringe-like mayweed or stray pimpernel which covered the neglected ground, made for the straw-rick. Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies
  • -- Take a teaspoonful of powdered charcoal in molasses every morning, and wash it down with a little tea, or drink half a glass of raw rum or gin, and drink freely of mayweed tea. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889

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