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toad·flax / ˈtōdˌflaks/ • n. a Eurasian plant (Linaria and related genera) of the figwort family, typically having yellow or purplish snapdragonlike flowers and slender leaves. Its several species include butter-and-eggs (L. vulgaris), with yellow and orange flowers and found widely as a naturalized North American weed.

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toadflax

toadflax: see figwort.

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