Associations to the word «Tobacco»
TOBACCO, noun. (uncountable) Any plant of the genus Nicotiana.
TOBACCO, noun. (uncountable) Leaves of Nicotiana tabacum and some other species cultivated and harvested to make cigarettes, cigars, snuff, for smoking in pipes or for chewing.
TOBACCO, noun. (countable) A variety of tobacco.
TOBACCO MOSAIC, noun. Tobacco mosaic virus, an RNA virus (of genus Tobamovirus) that infects plants, especially tobacco and other members of the family Solanaceae, causing characteristic patterns of mottling and discoloration on the leaves.
TOBACCO MOSAIC, noun. A disease of tobacco plants, characterized by mottled leaves, caused by this virus
TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS, proper noun. A taxonomic species within the genus Tobamovirus — a virus, first identified as a disease-causing agent in tobacco that causes economically significant losses in other crops as well.
TOBACCO PIPE, noun. A small, hand-held device consisting in its simplest form of a bowl and stem; used for inhaling the smoke of burning tobacco.
TOBACCO PIPES, noun. Plural of tobacco pipe
TOBACCO ROAD, proper noun. A fictional place in the rural American South inhabited by poor and uneducated people who live in dilapidated structures.
TOBACCO WATER, noun. A traditional organic insecticide used in domestic gardening, produced by boiling or steeping strong tobacco in water.
TOBACCO, noun. Leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion.
TOBACCO, noun. Aromatic annual or perennial herbs and shrubs.
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