Ornithogalum

NOUN
  1. sometimes placed in family Hyacinthaceae
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How To Use Ornithogalum In A Sentence

  • He began tearing out the ornithogalum and tossing its remains onto the lawn. In the Presence of the Enemy
  • Most of the 630 species of geophytes are petaloid monocots in the families Hyacinthaceae (Lachenalia, Ornithogalum), Iridaceae (Babiana, Lapeirousia, Moraea, Romulea), Amaryllidaceae (Brunsvigia, Hessea, Strumaria) and Asphodelaceae (Bulbine, Trachyandra). Succulent Karoo
  • In winter and early spring, one can see an abundance of a delicate sowbread Cyclamen abchasicum; in mid-spring grape hyacinth Muscari dolichanthum and star of Bethlehem Ornithogalum arcuatum catch the eye.
  • Later authorities incline to think it the bulbous root of the Star of Bethlehem (ornithogalum, i.e. bird-milk), a common root in Palestine, and sometimes eaten. Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • The vicar said, "We should have a fine show from the ranunculi, my dear, if the weather cooperates," to which his wife replied, "But we've seen the best of the ornithogalum, haven't we? In the Presence of the Enemy
  • Mr. Matheson rose from his efforts with the ornithogalum. In the Presence of the Enemy
  • And before the vicar could expound further on his religious philosophy which she could see he was warming to do since he abandoned the ornithogalum and rubbed his hands together she asked if they'd seen any strangers in the area in the days prior to the fete. In the Presence of the Enemy
  • Mr. Matheson waved off the accusation by flipping a trailing stem of ornithogalum over his shoulder. In the Presence of the Enemy
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