a mountain range on the boundary between Idaho and Montana, a part of the Rocky Mountains: highest peak, about 10,000 feet (3050 meters).
a river in SW Montana, flowing N to the Clark Fork River. 120 miles (193 km) long.
a disease of apples, grapes, and other fruit, characterized by cankers on the branches or twigs and bitter, rotted fruit, caused by any of several fungi. Historical Examples Manual of American Grape-Growing U. P. Hedrick
both bitter and sweet to the taste: bittersweet chocolate. both pleasant and painful or regretful: a bittersweet memory. Also called woody nightshade. a climbing or trailing plant, Solanum dulcamara, of the nightshade family, having small, violet, star-shaped flowers with a protruding yellow center and scarlet berries. Also called climbing bittersweet. any climbing plant of the […]
any of various plants containing a bitter principle, as those of the genus Picris. a sneezeweed, Helenium amarum. noun any of various plants that contain a bitter-tasting substance