The ancient name of some species of groundsel, probably called after Erechtheus.
groundsel helps the Cholick, and pains and gripings in the belly.
The stem of the groundsel is soft and juicy, and it has a good many hairs upon it.
The groundsel speaks not save what it heard 50 at the hinges.
She had hung it up in her own bedroom, and now went up to give it fresh seed and groundsel.
I venture to conjecture, therefore, that groundsel has been embarked for a shorter time upon its downward course.
Besides the groundsel and the chick-weed, he has small pieces of turf for sale, of which larks are very fond.
A tuft of groundsel had rooted itself close beside the traction rails a few paces from the waterside.
Some collected in that month were reared on groundsel, and produced moths from July 12 to August 20.
Miss Roy attended to the suffering bird, giving him seed and water and a nice bunch of groundsel.