waterweed

NOUN
  1. a weedy aquatic plant of genus Elodea
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How To Use waterweed In A Sentence

  • Salvinia is an invasive waterweed that grows in Kakadu National Park. Kakadu National Park, Australia
  • Eels swaying through the waterweed and nosing up to the surface, a turtle sunning itself on a rock and stretching a hind leg lazily, and great big bearded dragons posed on rocks with their tails hanging down into the path, scaring – and being scared by – small children. Dragons in the garden
  • Un Mauvais Quart d'Heure After Another I delicately removed a strand of still-damp waterweed from my sleeve and placed it squarely in the center of the blotter. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • I guess I must have hummed along or waved my flask to the old familiar march, for presently the villain Augustus (a frightful handle to fix on a decent enough urchin, but no work of mine) detached himself from the waterweed and came to stand snottering before me with his head on one side, thoughtful-like. THE NUMBERS
  • One had tresses of green waterweed hanging in her eyes.
  • Slippery as waterweed, that's what Jamie said about my- Sick Cycle Carousel
  • Be sure to include submergent plants such as common waterweed and hornwort for their high oxygen output.
  • The two weeds, giant sensitive plant Mimosa pigra and the waterweed Salvinia molesta, are currently of great concern because they can easily come to dominate wetland areas. Kakadu National Park, Australia
  • The vegetation of these plains changes more or less continuously throughout the wet-dry cycle, from permanent open water communities, invaded by the waterweed Salvinia molesta, which, with the giant sensitive plant Mimosa pigra, is rampant, and to ephemeral communities of herbs, grasses and sedges associated with seasonally flooded, cracking clay soils that dry out completely in the dry season when the southern hills become a refuge for the Park's fauna. Kakadu National Park, Australia
  • I grimaced, I hated pickled waterweed, and by the face mother pulled when she ate it, I suspect she did too.
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