wild honeysuckle


Origin:
1755–65, Americanism

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She then shows the pupils-and their teacher and the parent volunteers-how to identify the unwanted wild honeysuckle and buckthorn.
One of the neighbors' issues was the worry that the wild honeysuckle bushes on the roadside would be eliminated.
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