• WordNet 3.6
    • n Solomon's-seal any of several plants of the genus Polygonatum having paired drooping yellowish-green flowers and a thick rootstock with scars shaped like Solomon's seal
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Solomon's-seal any one of several species of perennial herbs, of the lily family, genus Polygonatum, with simple stems bearing small greenish flowers: a symbol formed of two triangles interlaced or superposed, forming a six-pointed star
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In literature:

I went after an orchis, and then I saw some Solomon's seal; and oh!
"Heartsease" by Charlotte M. Yonge
Those of the plant called Solomon's seal were most in request.
"Pioneers Of France In The New World" by Francis Parkman, Jr.
Towards spring anything was welcome, and the roots of Solomon's seal were esteemed a feast.
"The Founder of New France: A Chronicle of Champlain" by Charles W. Colby
Or shall I use the ineffable name on Solomon's seal, which we alone, of all the nations of the earth, know?
"Hypatia" by Charles Kingsley
It should be understood that the Wild Spikenard, or False Solomon's Seal, has not the remotest connection with this tribe of plants.
"Wild Flowers Worth Knowing" by Neltje Blanchan
Why, here's the mark that some of the Eastern races call the Seal of Solomon!
"The World's Greatest Books, Vol. I" by Various
Solomon's seal was part of their paraphernalia which they vowed our General had stolen.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 3" by Various
There is a two-leaved Solomon's seal called the false lily-of-the-valley which is found at this same time.
"The Library of Work and Play: Gardening and Farming." by Ellen Eddy Shaw
Solomon's seal was part of their paraphernalia which they vowed our general had stolen.
"Folk Tales Every Child Should Know" by Various
The broad, lily-like leaves of the true and false Solomon's seal are even more attractive than their blossoms.
"Some Spring Days in Iowa" by Frederick John Lazell
God, name of, engraved on Solomon's seal, ii.
"The Hero of Esthonia and Other Studies in the Romantic Literature of That Country" by William Forsell Kirby
Solomon's Seal, 154; Fig.
"Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany" by Douglas Houghton Campbell
Dig out its roots, wash off the earth, and you will see the mark of King Solomon's Seal that gives its name to the plant.
"Woodland Tales" by Ernest Seton-Thompson
Some of our gardens have specimens of the Solomon's seal, a kind of lily.
"Chatterbox, 1906" by Various
Examples: trillium, bloodroot, squirrel-corn, Indian turnip, Solomon's seal, etc.
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study" by Ontario Ministry of Education
He was succeeded by L. M. Bueschenthal, whose drama, "King Solomon's Seal," was performed at the royal theatre of Berlin.
"Jewish Literature and Other Essays" by Gustav Karpeles
We called ourselves the 'Solomon's Seal Patrol' as having so much meaning to the name.
"Natalie: A Garden Scout" by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
The False Solomon's Seal is one of the prettiest plants in our woods in March, and in many places it almost hides the ground from view.
"The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits" by Mary Elizabeth Parsons
Solomon's seal was the mediaeval talisman to which the demon eagerly responds.
"Solomon and Solomonic Literature" by Moncure Daniel Conway
The spirit replied that he could not obtain the information required without the aid of Solomon's seal.
"Curiosities of Olden Times" by S. Baring-Gould

In poetry:

'Consider the lilies, how they grow;
They toil not, yet are fair,
Gems and flowers and Solomon's seal.
The geranium of the world is J. M. Bhaer.
"To J.M.B." by Louisa May Alcott

In news:

Find information on planting and growing Solomon's seals and see pictures from the Plant Encyclopedia at Better Homes and Gardens.
Solomon's seal adds height and grace to shaded gardens in spring.
Named for a scarred rhizome that has the appearance of King Solomon 's seal, which is known by many as the Star of David.