Word usage examples
A network of streams punctuated the thick vegetation, low-lying willow and prickly dewberry amid tussocks of woundwort and grassy sedge.
He helped the physicians with binding woundwort and other medicinal herbs, including some mosses and clay, around open cuts to stop them festering.
The simple gash had festered, and before they knew it her father had the wound fever and neither hot iron nor poultice, woundwort nor holy water, had stopped the spread.
A bandage-shaped leaf must be woundwort, a bladder-shaped pod, bladderwort.
Five months before, he had enjoyed taking part in their conflict with Efrafra, in diving on the formidable General Woundwort, in covering the retreat of Bigwig and the fugitive does in their flight from Efrafra and helping them escape down the river.
Rathe recognized one of the hanging bunches as woundwort, and for a moment was dizzied by the thought of Mikael as physician as well as executioner.
Anne did what she could, binding a poultice of woundwort and honey over the wound.
She then forced Amelia to drink a syrup of marsh woundwort, hoping that would stop the hemorrhaging.
Foot, Woundwort and Sanicle, and several others I could not recognize.
The dark leaves and pink flowers of marsh woundwort, which helped to heal cuts and grazes, was growing next to the paths that led out to the villages of Kensington and Chelsea and in a small patch in Westminster near the Thames.