Definition of clary in English:

clary

Syllabification: clar·y
Pronunciation: /ˈklerē
 
/

noun

An aromatic herbaceous plant of the mint family, some kinds of which are used as culinary and medicinal herbs.
More example sentences
  • Aromatherapists often suggest using the oils of birch, lavender, black pepper, clary, ginger and marjoram to alleviate backache.
  • Our free plants have included annuals such as purple and pink clary, Californian poppies, English marigolds, and red nasturtiums.
  • Add 10 drops of an essential oil with a calming fragrance, like clary sage.

Origin

late Middle English: from obsolete French clarie, from medieval Latin sclarea.

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