euphrasy

eu"phra*sy

("fr*s), n. [NL. euphrasia, fr. Gr. e'yfrasi`a delight, fr. e'yfrai`nein to delight; e'y^ well + frh`n heart, mind: cf. LL. eufrasia, F. eufraise.] (Bot.) The plant eyebright (Euphrasia officionalis), formerly regarded as beneficial in disorders of the eyes.
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Then purged with euphrasy and rue
The visual nerve, for he had much to see.
Milton.
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