mallow

Part of speech: noun

A prostrate weed, with roundish leaves and disk like fruit.

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Usage examples "mallow":

  1. From the ox grew a very few seeds of millet, and from the horse one or two lentils and a few oats; from the pig a species of dogwood, privet, mallow, radish, and common locust. - "Seed Dispersal", William J. Beal.
  2. Mallow was right; beautiful was the word. - "Parrot & Co.", Harold MacGrath.
  3. But strange as it may appear, Mallow, this girl is in love with you. - "The Secret Passage", Fergus Hume.