Definition of bur marigold in English:

bur marigold

Syllabification: bur mar·i·gold

noun

  • another term for beggarticks.
    More example sentences
    • Next of kin to the golden coreopsis, it behooves some of the bur-marigolds to redeem their clan's reputation for ugliness.
    • In the fall, bur-marigolds, also known as beggar-ticks because their barbed fruit stick to clothing, provide a spectacular display of yellow flowers.
    • Half has been left for the orange foxtail, bur-marigolds (after discussions last year).

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