Queen Anne's lace

noun

Definition of Queen Anne's lace

  1. :  a widely naturalized Eurasian biennial herb (Daucus carota) which has a whitish acrid taproot and flat lacelike clusters of tiny white flowers and from which the cultivated carrot originated —called also wild carrot

1873

First Known Use of queen anne's lace

1873


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