bunchflower

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bunch·flow·er

 (bŭnch′flou′ər)
n.
A perennial herb (Veratrum virginicum syn. Melanthium virginicum) of the eastern United States, having narrow leaves and a branched cluster of cream-colored or greenish flowers.
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