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groundsel

noun ground·sel \ˈgran(d)-səl\

Definition of GROUNDSEL

:  any of various senecios (as the nearly cosmopolitan European weed Senecio vulgaris)
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Origin of GROUNDSEL

Middle English groundeswele, from Old English grundeswelge, from grund ground + swelgan to swallow — more at swallow
First Known Use: before 12th century

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