|butterfly weed||orange milkweed|
|(Cu) metallic chemical element; boiler; coin; police officer, `:Cu, coat with or cover with copper, of reddish-brown color, reddish-brown butterfly, reddish-brown metal, small coin||copper|
|a weed with burs||burweed|
|abounding in plants not valued or desired; pertaining to weeds; lanky; thin, ungainly, gaunt, full of weeds, like a weed||weedy|
|any butterfly of the Morphidae family found in tropical America, blue tropical American butterfly||morpho|
|any of a number of winged insects of the order Lepidoptera having long slender bodies and four colorful wings; butterfly stroke (Swimming); person who is in constant pursuit of pleasure||butterfly|
|any of several species of weed whose branches detach from the stalk and blow about in the wind, windblown plant||tumbleweed|
|Asian butterfly||leaf butterfly|
|Asian vine and agricultural weed, kudzu vine, fast growing vine of the legume family||kudzu|
|become or make wrinkled, cockleshell, mollusk with heart-shaped shell, shellfish; small light boat, weed||cockle|
|bluish butterfly with white band, brown butterfly with white marks||white admiral|
|brief pause or interval, punctuation mark, punctuation mark denoting a pause within a sentence, see also: comma butterfly||comma|
|bright orange-red butterfly||red admiral|
|brown butterfly, grassy and shrubby uncultivated land, low evergreen shrub, open uncultivated land with few trees, wasteland; any of a number of low evergreen shrubs which grow in such areas (i.e. heather)||heath|
|butterfly bush, ornamental shrub with purple flowers||buddleia|
|butterfly cocoon, insect between larva and adult, insect cocoon, thing developing||chrysalis|
|butterfly larva, wormlike larva of a butterfly or moth||caterpillar|
|butterfly nut, nut tightened by hand, thumb nut||wing nut|
|butterfly or moth, lepidopterous, of or pertaining to the order of insects which includes butterflies and moths (Zoology)||lepidopteran|
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