|(Slang) thief, dried leaf of tea plant, tea leaf after infusion||tea leaf|
|abnormal leaf color (Botany); color abnormality (Optics)||chromatism|
|act of shuffling cards; part of a stream with a strong swift current, rapid, become choppy, flick through pages, grooved part of sluice, quick look at book, rough water, shuffle cards, shuffle cards; leaf through, thumb through; turn pages quickly, sub...||riffle|
|acupuncture tool, conifer leaf, engraving tool, knitting tool, obelisk, pointed crystal, pointed part, pointer, provocation, provoke, sew, stitch; prick; be sarcastic; tease, sewing tool, slender pointed tools (usually of metal, often with a hole a one...||needle|
|adorned with or made of floral designs, with flower-and-leaf designs||floriated|
|angle between stem and branch (Botany), space between leaf and stem||axil|
|any bundle of fibers belonging to the nervous system that transmits sensations and messages between the brain and other parts of the body; tendon (Anatomy); vein in a leaf or insect wing; courage; daring; rude boldness (Informal), embolden; gather cour...||nerve|
|any of a number of Mediterranean plants having spiny leaves and white or purplish flowers, leaf design, plant with spiny leaves||acanthus|
|any of a number of plants having coarse fuzzy leaves and dense yellow-flowered spikes, flannel leaf, flowering plant, velvet plant||mullein|
|any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.), curved bone of chest, install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of, knit plain and purl sti...||rib|
|architectural decoration of curved leaves used at the edge of a spire or gable, decorative carved leaf||crocket|
|architectural ornament, flower or leaf symbol, leaf with four leaflets; leaf-like ornament with four lobes (Architecture)||quatrefoil|
|aromatic leaf used in cooking||bay leaf|
|asexual reproductive structure, leaf bud; budlike growth which separates from the parent plant to form a new one (Botany); budlike growth which separates from the parent organism to form a new one (Zoology)||gemma|
|at puberty, hairy, sexually mature; (about a leaf) covered with soft downy hairs||pubescent|
|axillar, between leaf or branch and stem, of armpit, of the armpit, pertaining to the armpit (Anatomy); pertaining to the axil, of the angle between stem and branch (Botany)||axillary|
|baking tin, betel leaf, concavity in earth, container for waste, cook food in a frying pan; criticize harshly; move a video camera from one side to the other to capture a panoramic view, cooking pot, critical review, criticize severely, dish for sortin...||pan|
|base leaf on an ear, small leaf in the blossoming of grass or sedge or similar plant||glume|
|bearing leaves, leafy; leaflike; bearing leaves; pertaining to leaves; made up of thin layers, of or resembling a leaf||foliaceous|
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