white bryony

NOUN
  1. white-flowered vine having thick roots and bearing small black berries; Europe to Iran
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How To Use white bryony In A Sentence

  • The only member of the cucumber or melon family to grow wild in Britain, white bryony is not related to black bryony.
  • This suggests that Gerarde did not distinguish clearly between red-berried, tendril-lacking Tamus communis L. and the red-berried, tendril-bearing Bryonia cretica L., which is also now known as the white bryony.
  • The two listed active ingredients, white bryony (a type of vine) and potassium dichromate, are diluted to .000001 PPM and 1 PPM respectively.
  • The white bryony flowers are very small and have green veins.
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