1. erect annual or biennial plant grown extensively especially for hay and soil improvement
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  • Will not some serious thoughts mingle with thy melilot, and tear off the callus of thy mind, as that may flay the leather from thy back, and as thy epispastics may strip the parchment from thy plotting head? Clarissa Harlowe
  • The Chinese use yellow melilot medicinally, use it in cosmetics, and burn it as an incense.
  • There are 25 species of clovers and trefoils (Trifolium spp.), eight species of medic and alfalfa (Medicago spp.), and three species of melilots.
  • In these hot June days, meadow brown and ringlet butterflies, together with six-spot burnet moths, bumblebees and solitary bees and hoverflies, visit the pea family plants of bird's-foot trefoils, melilots, medicks, vetches and clovers. Country diary: Wenlock Edge
  • I rubbed it vehemently, but did not scratch it: then it grew into three or four great sores like blisters, and run; at last I advised the doctor to use it like a blister, so I did with melilot [2] plasters, which still run: and am now in pain enough, but am daily mending. The Journal to Stella
  • In the process of making this cheese, melilot, a clover-like herb, is added, and this gives the cheese a green color and a peculiar flavor. Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables
  • Tall grassland is scattered with hawkweed, ragwort, wild carrot and melilot flowers, along with clumps of bird's-foot trefoil, lucerne and goat's rue, and there are regular uprisings of brambles and wild rose, and sprawls of sallow and birch scrub. Country Diary: Canvey Wick, Essex
  • The effect of Melilotus officinalia on improving degraded soil is studied according to the change in nutrient content of soil after planting.
  • Cowpeas, soja beans, beggarweed, velvet beans, alfalfa and melilotus can all be grown in the pecan area. The Pecan and its Culture
  • Continental physicians still employ the same made of melilot, wax, resin, and olive oil. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
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