|(also known as grape fern) any of various ferns of the genus Botrychium||moonwort|
|(British) crouton, small cube of dried bread used in soups and salads; small piece, bit, small neatly cut bread piece||sippet|
|(Slang) thief, dried leaf of tea plant, tea leaf after infusion||tea leaf|
|(Swiss) breakfast cereal mixed with nuts and dried fruit, breakfast food||muesli|
|able to be dried||dryable|
|acting as a front, dried grass stalk, dry threshed grain stalks (used for bedding, animal fodder, basket weaving, etc.); single stalk of grain; hollow slender tube used to suck up liquids; something of little importance, item made of straw, of or perta...||straw|
|add new wine to old wine as a means of reviving the fermentation process and also the flavor, add stum, must, grape juice that has not yet fermented||stum|
|afternoon meal of cakes and tea, Asian evergreen shrub, breakfast in Guyana, drink made by infusion, evergreen shrub of eastern Asia; dried leaves of the tea plant; drink made from water filtered through tea leaves or other dried leaves; cup of tea; af...||tea|
|alcohol fermented from grapes, alcohol fermented from other fruit, dark purplish-red, dark purplish-red color, drink wine; serve wine, fermented grape juice; burgundy color; alcoholic drink made from fermented fruit; anything intoxicating or exhilarati...||wine|
|alveolus, part of blackberry, seed of a grape or berry (Botany); small fruits which grow in a cluster (Botany); small saclike formation found in certain glands (Anatomy), small glandular sac||acinus|
|animal-skin article, dried animal skin||parfleche|
|any flowering plant shrub or tree from the genus Cassia (used in medications), dried leaves or pods, flowering plant used as laxative||senna|
|any of a number of plants having large leaves that are chewed or smoked leaves of the tobacco plant; products made from tobacco leaves, crop of tobacco, dried processed leaves, habit of using tobacco, plant whose leaves are smoked, product made from to...||tobacco|
|any of a number of plants having poisonous roots; dried poisonous roots of these plants, extract of plant root, monkshood, plant with hooded flowers, winter aconite||aconite|
|any of a number of plants or shrubs belonging to the mint family and having scented purple flowers; dried flowers and leaves of the lavender plant; pale bluish purple color, fragrant plant, pale purple, pale purple color||lavender|
|any of a number of small trees and shrubs having feathery leaves and a small reddish fruit; dried and powdered leaves and bark of the sumac (used in tanning and dyeing)||sumac|
|any of a number of small trees and shrubs having feathery leaves and a small reddish fruit; dried and powdered leaves and bark of the sumach (used in tanning and dyeing)||sumach|
|any of a number of South American shrubs (especially e. coca whose leaves contain cocaine); dried leaves of the coca plant from which cocaine and other alkaloids are extracted, dried leaves of coca, shrub yielding cocaine||coca|
|any of a number South American shrub, dried leaves used as medicine, tropical American shrub||jaborandi|
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