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snow–in–summer

noun

Definition of SNOW-IN-SUMMER

:  a European creeping perennial herb (Cerastium tomentosum) of the pink family with hairy grayish foliage and white flowers that is often used as a ground cover

First Known Use of SNOW-IN-SUMMER

1886

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