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Meaning of comfrey

com•frey

Pronunciation: (kum'frē), [key]
— pl. -freys.
  1. any coarse Eurasian plant belonging to the genus Symphytum, of the borage family, as the widely cultivated S. officinale, having hairy, lance-shaped leaves and drooping clusters of small, white, rose-colored, or purplish flowers.
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