camphire


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camphire

(ˈkæmfaɪə)
n
(Plants) an archaic name for henna1, henna2
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"I'll give her something better than camphire!" and, taking a pin from his coat-sleeve, he buried it to the head in her flesh.
``A Saxon heiress of large possessions,'' replied the Prior Aymer; ``a rose of loveliness, and a jewel of wealth; the fairest among a thousand, a bundle of myrrh, and a cluster of camphire.''
She lifted the winner's trophy at Millstreet CCI3*, Millstreet CIC3*, Camphire CIC3*, Mallow CIC3* and Belton International CIC3*.