Pilewort



[pahyl-wurt, -wawrt] /ˈpaɪlˌwɜrt, -ˌwɔrt/

noun
1.
Also called fireweed. a weedy composite plant, Erechtites hieracifolia, having narrow flower heads enclosed in green bracts.
2.
a North American figwort, Scrophularia marilandica, having small, greenish flowers.
3.
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/ˈpaɪlˌwɜːt/
noun
1.
any of several plants, such as lesser celandine, thought to be effective in treating piles

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    [pil-fer] /ˈpɪl fər/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to steal, especially in small quantities. /ˈpɪlfə/ verb 1. to steal (minor items), esp in small quantities v. 1540s, from pilfer (n.) “spoils, booty,” c.1400, from Old French pelfre “booty, spoils” (11c.), of unknown origin, possibly related to pelf. Related: Pilfered; pilfering.

  • Pilferer

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