a prickly plant, Schrankia nutallii, of the legume family, native to the midwestern U.S. having pinnate leaves and tiny pink flowers forming a spherical cluster.
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How to use catclaw in a sentence
A little brown rabbit skipped around a bunch of catclaw and sat twitching his whiskers and looking humorously at Givens.Heart of the West | O. Henry
His face and hands were torn with catclaw, his knee bruised by a slip against a sharp jut of quartz.Crooked Trails and Straight | William MacLeod Raine
Dinsmore, his face in the catclaw, gave a smothered cry for help.Oh, You Tex! | William Macleod Raine
She gathered ironwood and catclaw while he watched her vigilantly.Crooked Trails and Straight | William MacLeod Raine