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ten-weeks stock

[ ten-weeks ]
/ ˈtɛnˈwiks /
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noun
a stock, Matthiola incana annua, of the mustard family, having spikes of white, lilac, or crimson flowers.
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Origin of ten-weeks stock

First recorded in 1775–85
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