|stalk bearing spores||sterigma|
|(Biology) formation of spores; reproduction through spores, reproduction by spores, spore production||sporogenesis|
|(Biology) of or pertaining to spores; of or pertaining to the production of spores||sporogenous|
|(Botany) bearing buds or reproducing by gemma ; gemmiparous, producing gems, with gemmae||gemmiferous|
|(Botany) pertaining to spores produced in the ascus (spore sac)||ascosporic|
|able to develop, able to produce fruits or seeds, able to produce offspring, bearing offspring, fruitful; abundant, plentiful; inseminated; inseminating, capable of becoming fissile, creative, producing good crops, reproducing often, rich in plant nutr...||fertile|
|acidify, make or become acid; (Petroleum) treat oil-bearing limestone with acid for the purpose of increasing production||acidize|
|act of crushing or squeezing; something that is easily crushed; racket sport for 2 or 4 players; vine-like plant bearing edible fruit; gourd-shaped fruit that is eaten as a vegetable; concentrated drink (British), action or noise of squashing, ballgame...||squash|
|act of paying for somebody else, deal with something in a particular way, delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat, discuss a topic, entertainment paid for by somebody else, negotiate...||treat|
|act of placing blame on another person in order to avoid bearing responsibility||scapegoatism|
|act of sowing seeds, act of planting seeds, producing seeds, bearing seeds||seeding|
|acting as a front, dried grass stalk, dry threshed grain stalks (used for bedding, animal fodder, basket weaving, etc.); single stalk of grain; hollow slender tube used to suck up liquids; something of little importance, item made of straw, of or perta...||straw|
|add slugs, bullet, cells that develop into spore-bearing structure, disk used as illegal coin, drink of something, drink something quickly, hard hit, hit hard with the fist or with a bat (Slang); move slowly; be idle or lazy, hit somebody or something ...||slug|
|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|
|American tree, fruit tasting like pineapple, fruit-bearing tree or shrub from the myrtle family; fruit produced by this tree or shrub||feijoa|
|amusing eccentric person, card bearing picture of jester, disabling clause, one who jokes, jester; one of two extra playing cards in a deck of cards, teller or player of jokes, thoughtless or inconsiderate person||joker|
|angle of the horizon, eastward angle to object from north, horizontal angle of bearing||azimuth|
|any fungus with a spherical spore case, round fungus containing spores||puffball|
|any of a number of cone-bearing trees which yield a heavy solid wood; wood of the larch tree, larch wood, tree of pine family||larch|
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