[ US /ˈwʊdɹəf/ ]
[ UK /wˈʊdɹʌf/ ]
[ UK /wˈʊdɹʌf/ ]
- any plant of the genus Asperula
- Old World fragrant stoloniferous perennial having small white flowers and narrow leaves used as flavoring and in sachets; widely cultivated as a ground cover; in some classifications placed in genus Asperula
How To Use woodruff In A Sentence
- The taste is not especially pleasant, so it's generally flavoured with raspberry or woodruff.
- One mom told Woodruff on her blog to get a long mattress pad for the bed because that was one area that she really wanted her son to be comfortable.
- As for the student who dominates class discussions, Woodruff is blunt: ‘No classroom is big enough for two big-mouthed lecturers.’
- A case report linked teas made from three coumarm-containing herbs - tonka bean, melilot, and woodruff - with high prothrombm time, although the type and amount of coumann was not reported.
- Its bricks are made from recycled waste, and it has bike parking, bike showers, high-performance windows, and three green roofs planted with golden stonecrop, sweet woodruff, Allegheny foamflower and Solomon's seal. After a Bitter Battle, a Quiet End
- But avoid sweet woodruff if you are taking the blood-thinning drug warfarin. The Sun
- Woodruff said the research also is significant because it is the first time scientists have been able to isolate and study a functioning individual human ovarian follicle.
- Woodruff, Woodroffe is too common to be referred to the plant woodruff, and the fact that the male and female of a species of sand-piper are called the ruff and reeve suggests that Woodruff may have some relation to wood-reeve. The Romance of Names
- A number of ancient woodland indicators are present here, including tree lungwort, woodruff and sanicle.
- Those who enjoy dinner plate sized dahlias, or even beds of exuberantly increasing sweet woodruff need not apply.