After Gud had regaled himself on pork and beans he laid down under a deadly nightshade tree and fell asleep.
The common English name for belladonna is "deadly nightshade."
It was the deadly nightshade, and a handful of the berries spelt death.
All the hemlock or deadly nightshade within range should be destroyed.
In the field the inventor uses an electric hoe to kill the germs of the thistle and deadly nightshade.
The sorceress had thrown her into a trance by a preparation of deadly nightshade.
Of these the deadly nightshade and hemlock are the best known in story, while the yew is most dangerous because far more common.
Another dish—looks like greens or a tangle of fine seaweed—is a preparation of the deadly nightshade.
At his words the creature vanished from before him; and on the spot where she had stood he saw an ugly bush of deadly nightshade.
An alkaloid discovered by Brandes in atropa belladonna or deadly nightshade.
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