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Things mistletoe often describes (“mistletoe ________”)
berries, extracts, family, preparations, therapy, seeds, thrush, diseases, berry, lectins, seed, boughs, infection, arrow, tea, plants, wood, oak, fruits, cut, twigs, preparation, flowers, lectin, clumps, leaves, branches, birds, burl, bird, pollen, plant, bushes, sprig, fruit, ingestion, acts, parasite, infestation, viscotoxin, treatment, witches, clump, species, parasitism, pendent, parasitic, shot, injections, populations, bough, crown, juice, cactus, spray, attachment

How mistletoe often is described (“________ mistletoe”)
sacred, european, american, parasitic, common, mystic, green, baleful, western, little, english, eastern, white, mulberry, artificial, leafy, fresh, leafless, fatal, rarest, plastic, true, oak, golden, parasitical, korean, berried, laurel, pale, red, tropical, born, beautiful, mere, unsightly, yellow, imperishable, omened, accursed, withered, amerian, pagan, hallowed, druid, tufted, covered, shriveled, australian, holy, magic, standardized, wintry, slender, druidical, romantic, larch, familiar, scarlet, druidic, bright, consecrated, rich, unsworn, milky, native, fermented, greyish, olden, weird, tiny, mysterious, false, african, harmless, tacky

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See mistletoe used in context: 100+ rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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