|tropical tree yielding rubber||Pará rubber tree|
|(Botany) pineapple, type of tropical plant having large fleshy fruit and sharp leaves; fruit of this plant||ananas|
|(Botany) type of shrub of the mint family found in Asia; extract from the oil of this plant, aromatic oil, pachouli, tropical Asian shrub||patchouli|
|(Botany) type of tree found in tropical and subtropical America; fruit of this tree, papaya, papaw, pertaining to the pawpaw tree; of or pertaining to the fruit of this tree||pawpaw|
|(Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets), fiber from sisal, plant yielding fibers, sisal hemp||sisal|
|(Chemistry) crystalline glucoside found in the bark of some varieties of tree (used in fever and pain relieving medications), medicine from tree bark||salicin|
|(Chemistry) synthetic rubber used in the manufacturing of many industrial products (e.g. paints, rubber shoe soles, putties, etc.)||neoprene|
|(French) farinaceous; resembling or yielding flour; (Biology) covered with mealy powder or dust, floury in appearance, yielding starch||farinose|
|(plant or tree) trimmed into a decorative shape, clipped into a fanciful shape, art of shaping bushes, art of trimming plants or trees into decorative shapes; garden containing trees that are trimmed into fanciful shapes, shaped bush, topiary garden||topiary|
|, , rubber shoe, sports shoe; one who sneaks, one who moves about stealthily; one who acts furtively, tennis shoe||sneaker|
|, house, cottage, small one story house, lightweight tropical house, single-story house||bungalow|
|1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...||monkey|
|a fruit of horse chestnut tree, horse chestnut wood, see also:conker, tree with large shiny brown seeds||horse chestnut|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assagai||assegai|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assegai||assagai|
|a trademark for a contraceptive device consisting of a sheath of thin rubber that is inserted into a vagina before insertion of a penis||Femidom|
|a trademark for a type of plastic made of rubber hydrochloride that forms a clear flexible sheeting, used for packaging and raincoats||Pliofilm|
|aardvark, any of a number of tropical American mammals which eat ants, echidna, pangolin, tropical mammal that feeds on ants||anteater|
|abandon rights to something, abandonment of legal rights, capitulation, submission, yielding, relinquishing, delivery into legal custody, give self up to something, give something out of courtesy, give something up, give up possession of something, giv...||surrender|
|abele, poplar with white wooly leaves, wood of white poplar tree||white poplar|
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