a tall bugbane, Cimicifuga racemosa, of the buttercup family, of eastern North America, having thin, tapering, toothed or deeply cut leaflets and branched clusters of small, white flowers.
Plant Pathology. a disease of plants, characterized by black spots on the fruit and foliage, twig lesions, defoliation, and rotting, caused by any of several fungi, as Diplocarpon rosae, or bacteria. British. a hazardous place in a road where accidents frequently occur. a dangerous area or place. Historical Examples The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle An […]
a spruce, Picea mariana, of North America, having bluish-green leaves and grayish-brown bark. the light, soft wood of this tree. noun a coniferous tree, Picea mariana, of the northern regions of North America, growing mostly in cold bogs and having dark green needles Also called spruce pine
a fox squirrel or gray squirrel in that color phase in which the fur is black.
a disease of plants, characterized by blackened stems and defoliation, caused by any of several fungi, as Ascochyta imperfecta or Mycosphaerella lethalis.