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aggregate a sum, combination, or composite of separable elements. [1/6 definitions]
calendula a plant of the composite family that bears yellow or orange flowers; pot marigold.
chamomile an aromatic Old World herb bearing white composite flowers and feathery leaves or any of several other plants resembling it, used esp. in making medicinal teas.
cocklebur a coarse composite plant with rough, prickly burs, usu. considered a weed. [1/2 definitions]
compo a composite material, such as mortar or concrete.
composite a composite plant. [1/5 definitions]
cyclorama a large composite picture put on the wall of a circular room to appear in a natural perspective to a person in the center of the room. [1/2 definitions]
discoid of a composite flower, having disk flowers only, without ray flowers. [1/3 definitions]
disk flower any of the small tubular tightly packed flowers making up the center of the flower head of certain composite plants, such as the aster or daisy.
double exposure the resulting composite photograph. [1/2 definitions]
floret a small flower, esp. one of several making up a composite flower.
hemp agrimony a composite plant native to Europe and Asia that bears clusters of reddish purple flowers.
involucre a ring of small leaves or leaflike parts at the base of a flower or flower cluster of a composite plant. [1/2 definitions]
ligule a strap-shaped structure in the petals of certain composite plants. [1/2 definitions]
occlude in meteorology, to form a composite weather front by the action of cold air overtaking a warm front and forcing it upward. [1/5 definitions]
oxeye any of various composite flowers, such as the sunflower.
oxeye daisy a composite plant of North America and Europe having a vivid yellow center with white petals extending from it.
pappus a modified calyx consisting of a ring or tuft of feathery hairs, bristles, or scales around the top of the fruit of composite plants, such as the dandelion and thistle.
Piltdown man a skull, found in 1911, believed to represent a species of prehistoric human but shown in 1953 to be a forged composite of modern human and ape bone fragments.
ramtil a weedy composite annual, the seeds of which yield an oil used in India for cooking and in the making of soaps.
ray flower any of the flowers around the border of the head of a composite plant such as the daisy.