Thesaurus / dodder

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The dodder is what is called a parasitical plant; that is, a plant that lives entirely on another.

WoodsideCaroline Hadley

Oaks covered with dodder, that is, with parasitic plants, and therefore dead or dying.

Seeds of alfalfa or some other crop bring new kinds of weeds, especially those of dodder.

Seeds of Michigan WeedsW. J. (William James) Beal

Such a one is the Dodder, which sends its roots directly into the plant on which it feeds.

"You have evidently thought and read a great deal," Dodder said, genuinely surprised.

Some called it Dodora, after the princess, and this was changed at last to 'dodder' by those who did not know.

The minute you dodder about a man or a woman, there's sure to be something' to dodder about.

The Voice in the FogHarold MacGrath

The injury done to flax, clover, hop and bean crops by species of dodder is often very great.

How the dodder acquired this curious mode of life it is not difficult to see.

The dodder then loses its hold upon the soil and gets its food entirely from the alfalfa plants, which it ultimately destroys.

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