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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Having two leaves.

Usage examples (30)
  • There is a two-leaved Solomon's seal called the false lily-of-the-valley which is found at this same time.
  • The flowers are of a lively rose colour, about twelve in a cluster; tendrils five-cut, long, and two-leaved.
  • The bolts of the two-leaved door rattled and it was set wide; she heard the iron wedges kicked under each to hold it open.
  • The doors were heavy two-leaved slabs of teak-wood, deeply carved, often with wickets in them; and they had rich hinges and ring-knockers of hammered iron. for more
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