lady's mantle


Definition of lady's mantle

: any of a genus (Alchemilla) of widely distributed perennial herbaceous plants of the rose family especially : one (A. mollis) cultivated as a garden plant for its large circular grayish-green hairy leaves and small greenish-yellow flowers

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Aqua Bomb, perfect for those with combination skin, is laced with antioxidant-rich lady's mantle, which is said to reduce the appearance pores and boost elasticity. Macaela Mackenzie, Allure, "Belif's True Cream Aqua Bomb Now Comes in Jumbo Size," 11 Jan. 2018

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1578, in the meaning defined above

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