noun, plural com·freys.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON "WAS" VS. "WERE"!
Origin of comfrey
Words nearby comfrey
Example sentences from the Web for comfrey
Lavallée in his note (p. 94) translates this consoude, which in English is comfrey, Latin Symphytum.The Master of Game|Second Duke of York, Edward
Where undisturbed the comfrey grows to a great size, the stems becoming very thick.Round About a Great Estate|Richard Jefferies
Yellow loosestrife is rising, thick comfrey stands at the very edge; the sandpipers run where the shore is free from bushes.The Pageant of Summer|Richard Jefferies
Mr. Comfrey made a deprecatory gesture, and Fred said, rather roughly: "What do I care about all that?"
Mrs. Comfrey seemed hardly to consider herself, and certainly Miss Baldwin didn't consider her, on an equality with Mrs. Eldridge.