- a soft spongy tumour occurring in horses and oxen
- British dialect another name for club root
C16: of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for anbury
Anbury causes a scabbed and broken skin, and tubercular growths on the roots and at the base of the bulb.
The buzzing of the B's was so interminable, 'Anbury was so hangry, that it seemed there really must be some fire under the smoke.
Anbury, in his American travels, observed their condition closely and described it with what we must believe impartial accuracy.The Colonial Cavalier
Maud Wilder Goodwin
The great plague is club or anbury, for which there is no direct remedy or preventive known.
In transplanting Cabbages it is a good plan to discard and burn such plants as are obviously affected with Anbury.