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Use "lupines" in a sentence
"A number of plants, such as lupines, ragweed and chicory, possess the property of affecting milk when the same are consumed by animals."
"Wild plants that may come up on uncultivated land act as an additional fertilizer, such as lupines (Lupinus) and alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and also some types of clover (Trifolium), which absorb nitrogen from the air and store it in their roots."
"In her post, Mom made a joke about having trouble growing lupines, and hoping that "wasn't a bad omen.""