|destructive distillation||dry distillation|
|able to eat away, able to cause corrosion; destructive, causing deterioration; sarcastic, biting, caustic, destroying gradually, destructive substance, progressively destructive, substance which has the power to corrode (i.e. acid or drug), very sarcastic||corrosive|
|acid from destructive distillation of wood, wood vinegar||pyroligneous acid|
|act of setting on fire; flame, blaze; gunshot; bonfire; glow; excitement; passion, bake in a kiln, command to shoot, continuous attack, destroy with fire, destructive burning of something, discharge bullet, discharge from guns, dismiss from a job; set ...||fire|
|affect plant with blight, cause of blight in plants, destroy, ruin; cause to wither and die (of a plant), destructive force, disease, plague, scourge; affliction, destruction, plant disease, potato blight, ruined state||blight|
|aggressively defiant, cruel; harsh; destructive, fierce||truculent|
|animal hide, animal skin; moorland; flat seam (Sewing); number of trees cut in a season, chop tree down, fall, fierce, terrible, ruthless, cruel; destructive; deadly, inauspicious, knock down, chop down (a tree); sew the edge of a seam down flat, knock...||fell|
|animal resembling wolf, carnivore that hunts in packs, destructive larva, discord, eat ravenously; hunt wolves, eat something quickly and greedily, fur of wolf, greedy and cruel person||wolf|
|beaker used for distilling, distillation apparatus||alembic|
|beetle destructive to crops||leaf beetle|
|beetle like a weevil, beetle that has a snout-like projection and feeds on various grains and fruits, destructive beetle with a snout, pea or bean pest, snout beetle||weevil|
|beetle with destructive larvae||furniture beetle|
|beneath the feet, in the way, under the feet; in the way, under the foot or feet, underneath, on the ground, with arrogant disregard or destructive intent||underfoot|
|butterfly with destructive larvae, cabbage white||cabbage butterfly|
|by means of suicide, in a manner involving or suggestive of suicide; in a destructive manner, in a dangerous manner||suicidally|
|carbonation, coating with carbon, destructive distillation, process of converting into carbon; process of becoming carbonized; act of raising the level of carbon in metals, treatment to turn something into carbon||carbonization|
|carnivorous animal or destructive organism, hunter, creature which hunts other creatures for food, ruthlessly aggressive person, somebody who plunders or destroys||predator|
|catastrophe, misfortune, calamity, damaging or destructive event, somebody or something unsuccessful||disaster|
|caused by force, distorting, emotionally intense, showing destructive force, using physical force, using unwarranted injurious force, brutal; strong, forceful; tempestuous, raging; vehement||violent|
|causing serious harm, malicious, malignant; damaging, harmful, injurious; destructive; deadly, fatal||pernicious|
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