[ lˈa͡ɪsɪt͡ʃˌa͡ɪtəm], [ lˈaɪsɪtʃˌaɪtəm], [ l_ˈaɪ_s_ɪ_tʃ_ˌaɪ_t_ə_m]
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How to use "Lysichitum" in context?
Lysichitum is a succulent plant found in the savannas and woodlands of Africa. It grows to 3-4 feet in height and has smooth, fleshy, succulent leaves. The flowers are blue or pink, with a sweet fragrance. The fruits are white or green, and contain a single seed.
Homophones for Lysichitum:
- laxation, Lake Tana, look down on, lusatian, leucotomy, liquidation, locution, loxitane, location, last name, lusitanian, leukotomy, ligation, lactation, light time, less than, legation, Lucy Stone, lasthenia, laughton, lysichiton, luxation, lookdown, lygodium, listen in, lagidium, lockdown, lusitania, lagodon, lookout man, look out on, lecithin, lighten, light within, listen, liston, lewiston, lectin.
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