(noun) - a fine, white clay used in ceramics, paper-making, and medicines
(noun) - small pieces of wood used in starting fires
(noun) - a vine native to Japan that was introduced in the South to reduce soil erosion. The plant, which grows quickly, is now considered an invasive weed.
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