a clover, Trifolium repens, having white flowers, common in pastures and meadows.
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How to use white clover in a sentence
The hills ahead were clothed in a beautiful green, sprinkled thickly with the white clover so dear to the bovine tongue.The Blue and The Gray | A. R. White
A few feet away a bunch of white clover blossomed: a honey bee was searching it.The Kentucky Warbler | James Lane Allen
Likewise there are but a few parcels whereon white clover does not grow spontaneously and in the greatest abundance.
white clover is unsuitable for hay; it shrinks so much in drying, that it is very unproductive.Soil Culture | J. H. Walden
The grove would afford a good place for fowls, while the blossoms would be nearly equal to white clover for honey.Soil Culture | J. H. Walden
British Dictionary definitions for white clover
a Eurasian clover plant, Trifolium repens, with rounded white flower heads: cultivated as a forage plant
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