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having many feet or legs (animal), many-footed, type of plant of the Polypodium genuspolypod
(about an animal) lacking reins, lacking leather restraints on the harness; uncontrolled, unbridled, unrestrainedreinless
(about hemp or flax fibers) soften by soaking in water, prepare by dampening with water, soak plant fibersret
(also known as Centella and Gotu Kola) type of creeping plant of the genus Hydrocotyle (Botany), marsh plant, navelwort, plant with rounded leaves, rock plantpennywort
(also known as grape fern) any of various ferns of the genus Botrychiummoonwort
(also known as Mosel) region in northeastern France; river flowing through through France Luxembourg and Germany; type of dry white wine, German white wineMoselle
(also Minthe) nymph that was changed into a mint plant (Greek Mythology)Menthe
(also mollusc) invertebrate animal with a soft body and a hard shell (i.e. oysters, mussels, snails, cuttlefish, etc.), clam, slug, or octopusmollusk
(American Slang) negro, black person, applying generally, of or pertaining to a class or kind; of a genus (Biology); of goods or medication sold without a brand name, generic drug, suitable for a broad range, with general namegeneric
(Anatomy, Zoology) via the metatarsal (bones of the feet)metatarsally
(Archaic) type of coin used in Persian; ten-thousand (Persian), Iranian coin, old unit of Persian currencytoman
(Automative) type of of vehicle construction in which the body is united with the frame and machinery; type of construction in which the outer layer absorbs all or most of the stress, integrated car design, metal outer shellmonocoque
(Ballet) jump in which the dancer crosses her feet or taps the heels several times while in the air, ballet jumpentrechat
(Biochemistry) type of aromatic amino acid which is essential to nutrition in animals (found in some leguminous plant seeds)tryptophan
(Biology) body of an organism (excluding reproductive cells), all body cells except germ cells, body as distinct from mind, intoxicating drink in Hindu scripture, plant soma is made fromsoma
(Biology) immature lymphocyte (type of cell), immature form of lymphocytelymphoblast
(Biology) in a catabolic manner (pertaining to the breaking down of plant and animal material in the body to release energy)catabolically
(Biology) pertaining to a lymphocyte (type of cell)lymphocytic
(Botany) an shared connection between the roots of a fungus and the roots of a higher plantmycorrhiza
(Botany) genus of fragrant herbs that includes the mint family (peppermint, spearmint, etc.)mentha
(Botany) genus of herbaceous perennial or annual plants (including the vetch plant of the pea family)Vicia
(Botany) genus of trees (native of Japan, North America, the Middle East and China)osmanthus
(Botany) main axis of a plant (especially a trunk or stem), main plant stem, monopodemonopodium
(Botany) of an archegonium (female reproductive organ in ferns and moss), plant with archegoniaarchegoniate
(Botany) perennial herb with white flowers that discharge flammable vapor in hot weather; stone mint, culinary herb, gas plant, pink-flowered plant of S Europedittany
(Botany) pertaining to an endophyte, pertaining to a plant that grows parasitically inside another plantendophytic
(Botany) pertaining to the legume family; belonging to the legume family, like legumes, of legume plant familyleguminous
(Botany) pineapple, type of tropical plant having large fleshy fruit and sharp leaves; fruit of this plantananas
(Botany) plant from the phylum of Thallophyta (algae, fungi and lichens), plant typethallophyte
(Botany) plant of the genus mentha (genus of fragrant herbs including peppermint, spearmint, and horsemint, etc.); hard or soft mint-flavored candy; factory where money is produced; gold mine (Slang), in perfect condition, invent, make coins, print
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