any of numerous, often weedy plants of the genus Chenopodium, having inconspicuous greenish flowers.
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How to use goosefoot in a sentence
But the first thing that stopped Moss was the glowing front of a pawnshop, near the head of goosefoot Lane.
Going south again he came to a low mesa, to a place called Yelak-īmi, "goosefoot."Seven Mohave Myths | A. L. Kroeber
A variety of the Red goosefoot (C. rubrum) is also found on the coast.The Sea Shore | William S. Furneaux
It feeds in the autumn on the flowers and seeds of various kinds of goosefoot (Chenopodium), also on Orache (Atriplex).The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series | Richard South
Scurf, Scurfiness, minute scales on the surface of many leaves, as of goosefoot.The Elements of Botany | Asa Gray
British Dictionary definitions for goosefoot
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