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noun
any of several anemones, especially Anemone nemorosa, of the Old World, or A. quinquefolia, of the U.S.
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Origin of wood anemone

First recorded in 1650–60
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British Dictionary definitions for wood anemone

wood anemone

noun
any of several woodland anemone plants, esp Anemone quinquefolia of E North America and A. nemorosa of Europe, having finely divided leaves and solitary white flowersAlso called: windflower
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