pinesap

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pine·sap

 (pīn′săp′)
n.
A fleshy white or reddish plant (Monotropa hypopitys) in the heath family, growing as a saprophyte or parasite on tree roots and having racemes with a few drooping flowers.
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pinesap

(ˈpaɪnˌsæp)
n
(Plants) a fleshy yellowish-red perennial herb of N America (Monotropa hypopitys)
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pine•sap

(ˈpaɪnˌsæp)

n.
any of several parasitic or saprophytic plants of the genus Monotropa, as the reddish M. hypopithys, and M. uniflora, the Indian pipe.
[1830–40, Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pinesap - fleshy tawny or reddish saprophytic herb resembling the Indian pipe and growing in woodland humus of eastern North Americapinesap - fleshy tawny or reddish saprophytic herb resembling the Indian pipe and growing in woodland humus of eastern North America; in some classifications placed in a separate genus Hypopitys
wild flower, wildflower - wild or uncultivated flowering plant
genus Monotropa, Monotropa - leafless fleshy saprophytic plants; in some classifications placed in the family Pyrolaceae
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