Bellwort



a plant of the genus Uvularia, of the lily family, having a delicate, bell-shaped yellow flower.
Historical Examples

Woodcraft Alan Douglas
Letters to His Children Theodore Roosevelt

noun (US)
any plant of the North American liliaceous genus Uvularia, having slender bell-shaped yellow flowers
another name for campanula

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