noun, plural al·oes.
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Origin of aloe
OTHER WORDS FROM aloeal·o·et·ic [al-oh-et-ik], /ˌæl oʊˈɛt ɪk/, adjective
Words nearby aloe
Example sentences from the Web for aloe
Amenities are plentiful—from sun block to aloe for the sun, or the complimentary mini bar for your enjoyment.
These poles were the flower stalks of the great American aloe, or maguey-plant—the only thing resembling wood that grew near.The Hunters' Feast|Mayne Reid
The great North African aloe plant shows this very strikingly.Parables of the Christ-life|I. Lilias Trotter
He called the country Fusang, from the name of an abundant plant,—the Mexican "maguey," or American aloe.America Discovered by the Welsh in 1170 A.D.|Benjamin Franklin Bowen