The immortality achieved by drinking amrita.
A yellowish-brown mixture of pollen and honey, made by honeybees to feed larvae
A sweet liquid secreted by plants as food to attract animals that will benefit them. Many flowers produce nectar to attract pollinating insects, birds, and bats. Bees collect nectar to make into honey. Nectar is produced in structures called nectaries. Some plants have nectaries located elsewhere, outside the flower. These provide a food source for animals such as ants which in turn defend the plant from harmful insects. Nectar consists primarily of water and varying concentrations of many different sugars, including fructose, glucose, and sucrose.
(US, slang, dated) A pet name for a loved one.
Fineness of feeling, observation, or appreciation
A choice or dainty food; a delicacy.
Any of various herbs which have a bitter taste, as ragweed, sneezeweed, etc.
A dark, very thick molasses, especially a residual product of sugar refining that is used in the manufacture of industrial alcohol and as an ingredient in cattle feed.
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