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Five´-leaf`

    (fīv´-lēf`)
n.1.Cinquefoil; five-finger.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And they now have 61 four-leaf clovers, 13 five-leaf clovers, and three six-leaf clovers to help boost their luck.
A few factors turn the standard clover into a four- and sometimes five-leaf plant.
The superstition is that five-leaf clovers give their finder extra good luck.
"She had somehow spotted the five-leaf clover next to the path."
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