sweetbriar

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Related to sweetbriars: Polyergus rufescens

sweetbriar:

see sweetbriersweetbrier,
 sweetbriar,
or eglantine
[O. Fr. from Lat.,=needle], wild rose of Europe (Rosa eglanteria), cultivated and now naturalized in the United States.
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It was a very fine evening, and my mother and he had another stroll by the sweetbriar, while I was sent in to get my tea.
Korea's largest sand dune, Sinduri will surprise you with an endless variety of rare plants with beautiful names like sea bells and sweetbriars. If you are a nature lover, Sinduri offers you treasures like Korean gold frogs ( yes , a golden frog) and Skylarks that live amidst the clusters of these rare plants and plovers ( shorebirds of relatively compact build having straight bills and large pointed wings) that build their nets in reed fields.
Persimmon is also building a new phase of its popular Sweetbriars development in Sleaford, between Grantham and Lincoln.