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false miterwort

noun false mi·ter·wort \-ˈmī-tər-ˌwərt, -ˌwrt\

Definition of FALSE MITERWORT

Origin of FALSE MITERWORT

miterwort from the resemblance of the plant's capsule to a bishop's miter
First Known Use: 1868

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