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Definition of the adjective defoliate
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Definition of the verb defoliate
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verb - inflections: defoliated | defoliating | defoliates
- strip the leaves or branches from
Alternative definition of the verb defoliate
- To remove foliage from one or more plants, most often with a chemical agent.
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by William Safire
Baker III appeared defoliate 173 before the House Foreign Affairs Committee in 1990, however, the phrase was being used as a plural and applied to larger contexts. “The Iraqi invasion of Kuwait,” ...
From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels by Susan L. Woodward, Joyce A. Quinn
dicamba, or triclopyr will defoliate plants and reduce evapotranspiration and water use, they do not kill the plants. Leaves will grow back. Aerial spraying of herbicides is useful in monotypic stands of tamarisk but cannot be used in areas that ...
by Thomas E. Zurinskas
defile ~deeffien - define ~deeffinitiv - definitive ~deeffishint - deficient ~deeffoelee 'aet - defoliate ~deeffoelee'aet - defoliate ~deeffoelee'int - defoliant ~deeffoelee' int - defoliant ~deeffoeleeyaet - defoliate ~deeffoeleeyint - defoliant ~deefforist ...
by Ronny J. Coleman
Decon Defoliate Decon Popular abbreviation referring to the process of decontamination. Decontaminate To make safe, purify, or make fit for use again by removal of any unsafe substances, such as pesticides or radioactivity. Decontamination ...
The Indispensible Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara Ellis, Ellen Phillips
DAMAGE Beetles defoliate plants, reducing yields or killing young plants. Cutworms chew through stems at ground level; they may completely devour small plants; most damaging in May and June. Adults chew numerous small, round holes in ...
is a widespread enemy of these trees, frequently feeding upon the leaves in such great numbers as entirely to defoliate long rows of shade trees. The tent caterpillar of the forest ...
by Archie Hobson
defoliate. deform 117 dehisce 118 deliquesce. acceptance of failure: we have a duty not to be so defeatist. DERIVATIVES: de•feat•ism |-tiz/m| n. def•e•cate |edef/ fkMt| • v. [intrans.] discharge feces from the body. DERIVATIVES: def•e•ca•tion ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1F4O1L1I1A1T1E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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