herb[ urb or, esp. British, hurb ]SEE DEFINITION OF herb
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERB
Mary put her patient "to-rights," and set some herb drink on the back of the stove.
She made a feint of accepting the herb, and then pointed to him and to the road.
And I crossed the water on the shoe, picked the herb and ate it.
Says one, 'It is an herb of Mars, and under the sign Aries.'
The dispelling of the charm was just the natural physical action of the herb.
A curious instance of the value of the herb in this respect occurred in 1760.
Take a quantity of the herb, according to the intended strength of the liquor, and infuse it for half an hour in the boiling wort.
Probably some special shrub or herb which they like grows there and nowhere else.
I say, Herb, are you really dead sure that Barville will win this afternoon?
"Maybe it is trouble, at that," Herb said tightly, without turning around.