Bur-reed



any plant of the genus Sparganium, having ribbony leaves and bearing burlike fruit.
Historical Examples

The Moths of the British Isles, First Series Richard South
The Song of Songs Hermann Sudermann

noun
a marsh plant of the genus Sparganium, having narrow leaves, round clusters of small green flowers, and round prickly fruit: family Sparganiaceae

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