The fluid which circulates in the vascular system of a plant, consisting chiefly of water with dissolved sugars and mineral salts
A tunnel or trench to conceal an assailant’s approach to a fortified place
A foolish and gullible person
A bludgeon or club
these insects suck the sap from the roots of trees
he realized that he'd just made a sap of himself
Liquid substance found between, or within the cells of a tissue; (now usually) = hyaloplasm.
Sap in or from the heartwood of a tree.
The sap of a maple, especially that from which maple syrup is made.
A vivid yellowish-green pigment made from buckthorn berries
A lake in central Cambodia, linked to the Mekong River by the Tonlé Sap River
= quarry water.
Drain someone of (strength or power)
An American woodpecker that pecks rows of small holes in trees and visits them for sap and insects