the generic name for thrift (def. 2)
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How to use armeria in a sentence
Isabel's sword, a pretty little weapon, is to be seen in the Real armeria at Madrid.The Story of Seville | Walter M. Gallichan
The numbers given correspond to the plates of their marks, given in "Catalogo de la Real armeria."The Industrial Arts in Spain | Juan F. Riao
There was a little turf in one place, in the next a tuft of armeria, then mud or clay, and there—assuredly a foot had trodden.In the Roar of the Sea | Sabine Baring-Gould
The caterpillar feeds on the roots of thrift or sea-pink (armeria vulgaris), and is full grown about June.The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series | Richard South
Two other Visigothic crowns are also preserved with it in the armeria Real.