noun, plural ag·ri·mo·nies.
Origin of agrimony
Examples from the Web for agrimony
Their look was sure death, but they could be poisoned by a draught compounded of agrimony, dill and vervain.Masters of the Guild|L. Lamprey
By the hedge the agrimony frequently lifts its long stem, surrounded with small yellow petals.Nature Near London|Richard Jefferies
That agrimony leaves will cure cattle suffering from coughs, and that wounded deer use this same herb to heal their hurts.The Old English Herbals|Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
You may boil in it Pellitory of the wall, Agrimony, or what herbs you please.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
You often find a dozen of these little green bells fastened to your skirt if you have been where the Agrimony grows.Flowers Shown to the Children|C. E. Smith