any Eurasian plant belonging to the genus Digitalis, of the figwort family, especially D. purpurea, having drooping, tubular, purple or white flowers on tall spikes, and leaves that are the source of digitalis in medicine.
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How to use foxglove in a sentence
The panel was organized by foxglove, a legal NGO that is assisting Motaung with his case against Meta and Sama.Frances Haugen Calls for 'Solidarity' With Facebook Content Moderators in Conversation with Whistleblower Daniel Motaung | Billy Perrigo/London | June 16, 2022 | Time
foxglove has been working with Facebook moderators around the world for years – and these people have had it with exploitation, the strain of toxic content, and suppression of their right to unionize.
The juice of foxglove is very readily injured by exposure to air and heat.
White as the snow of one night were the two hands, soft and even, and red as foxglove were the two clear-beautiful cheeks.
I have therefore mentioned every case in which I have prescribed the foxglove, proper or improper, successful or otherwise.
She took a decoction of foxglove, which removed all complaint by the fourth day.
I ordered her to take two spoonfuls of the infusion of foxglove every three hours.
British Dictionary definitions for foxglove
any Eurasian scrophulariaceous plant of the genus Digitalis, esp D. purpurea, having spikes of purple or white thimble-like flowers. The soft wrinkled leaves are a source of digitalis
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