/ (ˈkreɪnzˌbɪl) /
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any of various plants of the genus Geranium, having pink or purple flowers and long slender beaked fruits: family GeraniaceaeSee also herb Robert, storksbill
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crance iron, cranch, crandall, crane, crane fly, cranesbill, Cranford, cranial, cranial index, cranial nerve, craniate
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How to use cranesbill in a sentence
More wonderfully still we see this "working together" in the seeding of the cranesbill.
See the tiny corkscrews of the pink geranium in our meadow (a miniature of its blue brother the cranesbill).
Blue wild geraniums also flourish in patches in the meadows, and sometimes cranesbill and campion.The Naturalist on the Thames|C. J. Cornish
On and on they slowly drove through the woods, past the big beds of cranesbill, violets, and lilies.The Harvester|Gene Stratton Porter
Yet here on Lookout Mountain it seemed almost as much an old friend as the saxifrage or the cranesbill.Spring notes from Tennessee|Bradford Torrey