Definition of Teazel. Meaning of Teazel. Synonyms of Teazel

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Definition of Teazel

Teazel
Teazel Tea"zel, n. & v. t. See Teasel.

Meaning of Teazel from wikipedia

- the family Caprifoliaceae. The members of this genus are known as teasel, teazel or teazle. The genus includes about 15 species of tall herbaceous biennial...
- about 70 per cent is used as gr****land and the rest is arable. Willow and teazel are grown commercially and peat is extracted. A Palaeolithic flint tool...
- Teazle, teasle, teazel or teasel may refer to: Plants of the genus Dipsacus, including: Fuller's teazle, Dipsacus fullonum Sir Peter Teazle (1784 – 1811)...
- form, also by Sheridan, in a two-part play The Slanderers and Sir Peter Teazel, and which he argues contain the same type of modifications as is found...
- 1009–1014. doi:10.2307/2441760. JSTOR 2441760. Christy, M (1923). "The common teazel as a carnivorous plant". Journal of Botany. 61: 33–45. Clarke, C.M. (1997)...
- form, also by Sheridan, in a two-part play The Slanderers and Sir Peter Teazel, which he argues contain the same type of modifications as is found in the...
- about 70 percent is used as gr****land and the rest is arable. Willow and teazel are grown commercially and peat is extracted. The Levels are about 20 feet...
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