from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Sedge.
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They went to no school, but in the early Spring days sallied forth to gather primroses and anemones; they knew the spot where the tallest rushes grew, for plaiting into butterflies 'cages, the best seggan-leaves for tiny canoes, and could tell where the finest blackbirds' eggs were to be found.
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