a wild , Mentha longifolia, introduced into America from Europe, having spikes of lilac flowers.
any of various other wild as the New World Monarda punctata.
a hairy European mint plant, Mentha longifolia, with small mauve flowers: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
any of several similar and related plants, such as Monarda punctata of North America
noun 1. a smooth, edible, large white-capped mushroom, Agaricus arvensis, that has the odor of anise, common in North American meadows and fields. noun 1. a large edible agaricaceous field mushroom, Agaricus arvensis, with a white cap and greyish gills
noun 1. a large, prickly North American weed, Solanum carolinense, of the nightshade family, having violet to white flowers in a few clusters. noun 1. a weedy solanaceous North American plant, Solanum carolinense, with yellow prickles, white or blue flowers, and yellow berries
[hawr-suh nz; Danish hawr-suh ns] /ˈhɔr sənz; Danish ˈhɔr səns/ noun 1. a port city in central Denmark. /Danish ˈhɔrsəns/ noun 1. a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the head of Horsens Fjord. Pop: 49 652 (2004 est)
[hawrs-pley] /ˈhɔrsˌpleɪ/ noun 1. rough or boisterous or pranks. /ˈhɔːsˌpleɪ/ noun 1. rough, boisterous, or rowdy play n. “rough, excessive play,” 1580s, from horse (n.) with its associations of “strong, coarse” + play (n.). noun Rough and boisterous playing; coarse physical merriment (1589+)