Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
a cloverlike plant (
); -- so named from its pods, which resemble the shells of snails; -- called also
Hawk-weed and snail-clover, goats-beard and mouse-ear, as well as dried wood-ruff.
"Ekkehard. Vol. I (of II)" by
Joseph Victor Scheffel
anail clover, wnail clover, dnail clover, xnail clover, znail clover, anail clover, sbail clover, shail clover, sjail clover, smail clover, snqil clover, snwil clover, snsil clover, snzil clover, snaul clover, snajl clover, snakl clover, snaol clover, snaik clover, snaio clover, snaip clover, snail xlover, snail dlover, snail flover, snail vlover, snail ckover, snail coover, snail cpover, snail cliver, snail clkver, snail cllver, snail clpver, snail clocer, snail clofer, snail cloger, snail clober, snail clovwr, snail clovsr, snail clovdr, snail clovrr, snail clovee, snail cloved, snail clovef, snail clovet
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