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feverfew

noun fe·ver·few \ˈfē-vər-ˌfyü\

Definition of FEVERFEW

:  a perennial European composite herb (Chrysanthemum parthenium) widely cultivated as an ornamental

Origin of FEVERFEW

Middle English, from Old English feferfuge, from Late Latin febrifugia centaury — more at febrifuge
First Known Use: 15th century

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