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cleav•ers



Pronunciation: (klē'vurz), [key]
n.,
pl. -ers.

1. a North American plant, Galium aparine, of the madder family, having short, hooked bristles on the stems and leaves and bearing very small white flowers.
2. any of certain related species. Also,clivers.Also called catchweed, goose grass.

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