fleabane definition

  • noun:
    • any one of numerous plants associated with the genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike flower minds.
    • any one of numerous flowers of this genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike flower minds.
    • Any of various plants of the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • some of various flowers of the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • One of different plants, expected to have efficacy in driving away fleas. They belong, for the most part, towards genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • certainly one of numerous flowers, designed to have effectiveness in operating away fleas. They belong, for the most part, towards genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • one of the composite flowers, so-called from their particular supposed power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • one of the composite plants, so called from their supposed energy of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • common us weed with linear leaves and small discoid heads of yellowish flowers; widely naturalized throughout temperate areas; occasionally placed in genus Erigeron
    • common us weed with linear leaves and little discoid heads of yellowish flowers; extensively naturalized throughout temperate regions; often placed in genus Erigeron
    • any of a number of united states plants for the genus Erigeron having daisylike blossoms; formerly believed to repel fleas
    • some of a few united states flowers for the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; previously believed to repel fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike blossoms reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian natural herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • some of different plants of genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike rose minds.
    • some of different plants for the genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike rose heads.
    • some of different flowers for the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • any one of different flowers of the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • certainly one of numerous flowers, supposed to have effectiveness in driving away fleas. They belong, for the most part, to your genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • One of numerous plants, expected to have efficacy in driving away fleas. They belong, in most cases, towards the genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • One of several composite flowers, so named from their particular expected power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • one of the composite plants, so-called from their particular expected power of destroying or operating away fleas.
    • common North American weed with linear leaves and small discoid heads of yellow flowers; commonly naturalized throughout temperate areas; often positioned in genus Erigeron
    • typical us weed with linear leaves and tiny discoid minds of yellow blossoms; commonly naturalized throughout temperate regions; occasionally put in genus Erigeron
    • some of several united states flowers associated with the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly considered to repel fleas
    • any of a number of North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike plants; formerly thought to repel fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian natural herb with yellow daisylike plants reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian natural herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • any one of numerous plants of genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike rose minds.
    • any one of numerous flowers regarding the genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike rose minds.
    • some of various flowers of this genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • Any of different flowers of this genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • One of various plants, likely to have efficacy in operating away fleas. They belong, for the most part, on genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • One of various flowers, supposed to have effectiveness in driving away fleas. They belong, in most cases, towards genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • One of several composite flowers, so named from their particular supposed power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • one of the composite flowers, so-called from their particular supposed power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • any one of numerous flowers of this genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike rose minds.
    • common North American weed with linear leaves and little discoid minds of yellow flowers; extensively naturalized throughout temperate regions; often placed in genus Erigeron
    • common united states weed with linear leaves and little discoid heads of yellow plants; extensively naturalized throughout temperate areas; sometimes placed in genus Erigeron
    • any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike plants; previously considered to repel fleas
    • some of a few united states flowers for the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly considered to repel fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike blossoms reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • any one of various plants associated with genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike flower minds.
    • any one of numerous plants of this genus Erigeron, having variously colored, many-rayed, daisylike flower minds.
    • any one of different flowers of genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • any one of various flowers of genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • among various plants, supposed to have efficacy in operating away fleas. They belong, typically, on genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • among different plants, designed to have efficacy in driving away fleas. They belong, in most cases, to your genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • one of the composite plants, so named from their particular supposed energy of destroying or operating away fleas.
    • one of the composite flowers, so called from their expected power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • typical us weed with linear leaves and little discoid heads of yellow plants; commonly naturalized throughout temperate areas; occasionally placed in genus Erigeron
    • typical united states weed with linear leaves and tiny discoid heads of yellow plants; commonly naturalized throughout temperate regions; sometimes placed in genus Erigeron
    • any of a number of united states plants associated with the genus Erigeron having daisylike plants; formerly believed to repel fleas
    • any one of several united states flowers associated with genus Erigeron having daisylike blossoms; formerly considered to repel fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian natural herb with yellow daisylike blossoms reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • Any of various plants of the genera Inula (especially I. dysenterica) or Erigeron (especially E. acre).
    • among different flowers, supposed to have effectiveness in driving away fleas. They belong, for the most part, to the genera Conyza, Erigeron, and Pulicaria.
    • one of the composite plants, so called from their particular expected power of destroying or driving away fleas.
    • common us weed with linear leaves and little discoid minds of yellow plants; commonly naturalized throughout temperate areas; sometimes placed in genus Erigeron
    • some of several united states flowers associated with genus Erigeron having daisylike plants; previously considered to repel fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian natural herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
    • hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike plants reputed to destroy or drive away fleas

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