yarrow

IPA: jˈɑroʊ

noun

  • Any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea, used in traditional herbal medicine.
  • Common yarrow, Achillea millefolium, the type species of the genus.
  • (UK) A green woodpecker, of species Picus viridis.
  • A river in Lancashire, England, which flows into the River Douglas.
  • A river, named Yarrow Water, in Scottish Borders council area, Scotland.
  • A hamlet and parish in the Yarrow Valley, Scottish Borders council area (OS grid ref NT3527).
  • A hamlet in Sedgemoor district, Somerset, England.
  • A small community in British Columbia, Canada.
  • An unincorporated community in Missouri, United States.
  • A surname.

Examples of "yarrow" in Sentences

  • The nominated article is The yarrow.
  • The larva feed on yarrow and mugwort.
  • This takes place in the vicinity of Yarrow.
  • Yarrow is sweet with a slight bitter taste.
  • Each engine was powered by six Yarrow boilers.
  • Drier locations have yarrow, aster and buckwheat.
  • But the village of Yarrow is east of the reservoir.
  • Other examples of sacred herbs include yarrow, and mugwort.
  • Add a pinch of salt to offset the slight bitterness of the yarrow.
  • Yarrow serves on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Hospice.
  • Instead, he indulges his weed-mindfulness, enjoying the sight of "cow parsley and primrose in the spring" and "the fat tussocks of yarrow and plantain" in the summer.
  • For a little skin R and R, I always prepped with loads of Napoleon Complex Skin Renewal Serum and Auto Pilot Pre-Foundation Skin Primer to keep skin nourished and hydrated with ingredients like tri-peptides and yarrow extract.
  • Native perennials such as yarrow and coyote bush were set into a hillside where a stand of eucalyptus had been leveled; Douglas iris and rushes were added to the boggy area where the spring bubbles from below the trunk of a wax myrtle.
  • In South America the "round-headed hassar" of Guiana, _Callicthys littoralis_, and the "yarrow," a species of the family Esocidæ, although they possess no specially modified respiratory organs, are accustomed to bury themselves in the mud on the subsidence of water in the pools during the dry season. [

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