wild parsley

  1. any of several uncultivated plants resembling the parsley in shape and structure.

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How to use wild parsley in a sentence

  • The thicker the undergrowth of nettles and wild parsley, rushes and rough grasses, the more the whitethroat likes the spot.

    The Hills and the Vale | Richard Jefferies
  • In the level meadow from among the tall grasses and white-flowering wild parsley a landrail called 'crake, crake,' ceaselessly.

    Field and Hedgerow | Richard Jefferies
  • It is soon followed by the wild parsley, Nuttall's or yellow violet, and the vivid plumes of the purple avens.

    North Dakota | Various
  • Inside was a big heap of dandelions, thick grasses, and wild parsley.

    The Buttoned Sky | Geoff St. Reynard
  • The hollow seed-cups of the wild parsley were turning old and grey.

    Dusty Star | Olaf Baker

British Dictionary definitions for wild parsley

wild parsley

  1. any of various uncultivated umbelliferous plants that resemble parsley

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