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osier

noun \ˈō-zhər\

Definition of OSIER

1
:  any of various willows (especially Salix viminalis) whose pliable twigs are used for furniture and basketry
2
:  a willow rod used in basketry
3
:  any of several American dogwoods; especially :  red osier
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Origin of OSIER

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin auseria osier bed
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Seed Plant Terms

aubergine, box, bramble, briar, composite, perpetual, pulse, trefoil

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