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Noun
A viscous fluid, especially that which circulates in the vascular system of a plant
“A special type of beneficial root fungi, called mycorrhizae, actually grow into plant roots, feeding off plant sap but also providing water and nutrients to the plant.”
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Vigor, vitality or energy
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“They were fresh and flourishing, full of sap and vigor, though many of them had been born long before him.”
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The quality or state of being in good health
“They may meet with a measure of success for a time, till the sap of youth is gone out of them.”
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A foolish or unintelligent person
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“I felt like a clueless sap for believing she ever loved me.”
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A person who is easily deceived or used to perform tasks for others
“Swindling some poor sap out of something of value, plotting revenge on a town full of enemies, or just common everyday wrongdoing were his hobbies.”
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A short, thick stick used as a weapon
“The tales would sort of reach over and take you by the throat, or hit you like a guard's sap upside your head.”
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Vulcanized rubber
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A homogeneous mixture formed by dissolving one or more substances
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Ditch, channel dug in earth
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The indispensable factor or influence that gives something its strength and vitality
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An underground passage or hole, especially one that has been manually created
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The sweet liquid secreted by flowers to attract pollinating insects and birds
Verb
To cause to lose energy or become physically weaker
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“To abandon this tradition would sap Australia's sense of itself.”
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To deplete or drain away from
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“A rough road journey and a hectic day had worked together to sap me of all energy.”
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To make excessive demands on
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To cause to be severely weakened or powerless
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To decline or deteriorate in state or health
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To discourage someone by removing their enthusiasm or courage
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To obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
Adjective
Of the color between blue and yellow in the spectrum
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