from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A saline plant, Artemisia maritima, found on the shores of Europe and North Africa, also occupying large tracts in the region of the Black and Caspian seas.


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  • Now it was spring and Hauke, as he was accustomed to do, often lay out on the dike, already farther out near the water, between beach pinks and the fragrant sea-wormwood, and let the strong sun shine on him.

    Paras. 1–99 1917


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