|rubber, shrub that provides rubber||guayule|
|(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|
|(Chemistry) synthetic rubber used in the manufacturing of many industrial products (e.g. paints, rubber shoe soles, putties, etc.)||neoprene|
|, , rubber shoe, sports shoe; one who sneaks, one who moves about stealthily; one who acts furtively, tennis shoe||sneaker|
|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|
|able to return to its original shape after being stretched or pulled; flexible, springy, rubbery, accommodating, adaptable, easily changed, made of elastic, returning to its original shape after stress, rubber band, stretchy and flexible, stretchy mate...||elastic|
|absorb, act of cleaning, aquatic animal with a porous outer body and a rigid or elastic skeleton; skeleton of a sponge; piece of flexible and absorbent plastic or rubber used for cleaning; one or that which absorbs; sponger, clean with a sponge; wipe w...||sponge|
|add layer to tire, refurbish a tire by bonding new rubber to its surface, retrained worker, returning worker, tire with new tread||retread|
|adhesive made with rubber||rubber cement|
|adhesive, any sticky plant substance, cause to stick together using an adhesive; stop up, block up; chew using the gums, chewing gum, eat without teeth, flesh around teeth, resin; rubber; chewing gum; sticky substance used as a glue; fleshy tissue whic...||gum|
|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|
|American shrub with sour fruits, bitter fruit of chokeberry, N. American shrub with sour fruits||chokeberry|
|American tree, fruit tasting like pineapple, fruit-bearing tree or shrub from the myrtle family; fruit produced by this tree or shrub||feijoa|
|any flowering plant shrub or tree from the genus Cassia (used in medications), dried leaves or pods, flowering plant used as laxative||senna|
|any flowering tree or shrub from the genus Rhododendron (widely cultivated as a decorative shrub), ornamental shrub||rhododendron|
|any of a number of low evergreen shrubs bearing clusters of purple flowers (native to England and Scotland), ling, of purple color, small-flowered shrub||heather|
|any of a number of shrubs which belong to the rose family and bear clusters of white or pink flowers, flowering shrub, spiraea||spirea|
|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 of tropical plants, shrub with bright flowers||lantana|
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