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cal•a•mint



Pronunciation: (kal'u-mint), [key]
n.
any of several aromatic plants belonging to the genus Calamintha (or Satureja) of the mint family, having simple, opposite leaves and drooping clusters of flowers. Also called basil thyme.

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