[ d͡ʒˈakɪnðəpˈʌlpɪt], [ dʒˈakɪnðəpˈʌlpɪt], [ dʒ_ˈa_k_ɪ_n_ð_ə_p_ˈʌ_l_p_ɪ_t]
Synonyms for Jack-in-the-pulpit:
n.• Arisaema Atrorubens
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How to use "Jack-in-the-pulpit" in context?
The jack-in-the-pulpit, also known as dipper, is a tall, spindly, perennial herb in the mustard family. It has a gray (sometimes reddish) stem, deeply furrowed leaves, and crater-like flowers. The flowers are similar to those of wild carrot, but are smaller and have more petals. The Jack in the Pulpit grows naturally in the Allegheny and Appalachian Mountains, but is also found in neo-tropical and subtropical areas.
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