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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

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

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