camomile camomile


  • (n) Eurasian plant with apple-scented foliage and white-rayed flowers and feathery leaves used medicinally; in some classification systems placed in genus Anthemis


  1. Nonetheless, a demand persists for senna, henna, pennyroyal, hops, boneset, camomile, sage, tansy, flaxseed, rhubarb, ginger root, fennel seed, aniseed, saffron, viburnum.
  2. Chances are that the lady is no longer mulched in mineral oil and petroleum jelly but gently steeped in camomile tea and elder-flower lotion.
  3. That's camomile steeping in the next bottle.


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    In Hulu's new half-hour comedy Deadbeat, two mediums - one real and one fake - are at odds. The ability of Kevin "Pac Man" Pacalioglu (Tyler Labine) to talk to the denizens of the underworld comes naturally, unlike that of the glitzy Camomile White (So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley), who has parlayed her "talent" into a business empire.
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  1. TORONTO -After the Toronto Maple Leafs were shelled 7-2 by the Buffalo Sabres in their fifth pre-season game, coach Paul Maurice told the local media, "Everybody breathe deep, go home, drink some camomile tea, something like that. Relax. This team...
    on Oct 11, 2007 By: Paul Maurice Source: National Post

  2. "I really don't understand Mourinho. He is first in the table, at a great club, but yet he still moans about certain things," Simoni told "I think he could do with a camomile drink. His recent behaviour has gone over the top. For...
    on Dec 15, 2009 By: Luigi Simoni Source:

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