Any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium, having small greenish flowers. Also called pigweed.(noun)
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Use "goosefoot" in a sentence
"Beyond the marsh, well-drained slopes with gullies and cut banks offered protected crannies for forbs such as goosefoot, nettles, and mats of hairy-leaved, mouse-eared chickweed with small white flowers."
"Before the Death, they would have made a living from dropped corn, knotweed, and maygrass seeds; now they had to be thriving on goosefoot and other invaders."
"Their places now grew grass and goosefoot, the lonesome soil hardened and rain cracked."