|highly poisonous fungus||destroying angel|
|(Botany) an shared connection between the roots of a fungus and the roots of a higher plant||mycorrhiza|
|(Chemistry) colorless poisonous and flammable gas; derivatives of this gas, colorless inflammable gas||phosphine|
|(Chemistry) poisonous acidic compound obtained from coal tar or benzene and used mainly as a disinfectant or antiseptic, carbolic acid; any hydroxyl derivative of benzene, compound based on benzene ring, poisonous caustic compound||phenol|
|(Chemistry) poisonous chemical compound composed of chlorinated camphene (used as an insecticide and rodenticide)||toxaphene|
|a large walled plain on the Moon that is noticeably hexagonal in shape and has a highly cratered floor. Located northeast of Mare Imbrium, it is approximately 140 km/85 mi across.||Ptolemaeus|
|a trademark for various nickel-iron alloys that are highly valued in the electronics industry because they allow magnetic fields to pass through them||Permalloy|
|ability to damage the liver, damage to the liver, quality of being poisonous to liver cells||hepatotoxicity|
|accumulate and store something valuable, jewels and precious objects as wealth, put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly, regard somebody or something as valuable, somebody highly valued, stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; s...||treasure|
|acid produced from fungus||lysergic acid|
|aconite, plant having poisonous roots; extract from the poisonous root of an aconite||aconitum|
|aconite, poisonous N European plant, poisonous plant with hooded blue flowers from which the drug aconite is produced||monkshood|
|acquired, not instinctual, highly educated, honorable, scholarly, erudite, knowledgeable, educated; familiar, known; gained through experience||learned|
|act or instance of selling more than can be provided or manufactured; excessive promotion of goods; act or instance of extolling a person or thing too highly||overselling|
|addictive drug, drug used to relieve pain (highly addictive)||cocaine|
|administer curare (poisonous substance derived from a tropical plant), treat with curare||curarize|
|admiration, respect, high regard, regard as something, honor, admire, value, valuation, value highly||esteem|
|adorn something with jewels, gem, gemstone, precious stone; ornament set with precious stones; valuable possession; highly esteemed person, personal ornament, decorate with jewels; adorn with jewelry, somebody or something prized, watch bearing||jewel|
|advanced development of society, advanced society in general, civilizing process, comfort, highly developed society, populated areas, culture (of a group of people or a particular place); highly developed social and economic structure||civilization|
|aecidium, reproductive organ of fungus||aecium|
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