Word:

Defoliate

de`fol´i`ate
a.1.Deprived of leaves, as by their natural fall.
v. t.1.to cause (a plant) to shed its leaves.
Verb1.defoliate - strip the leaves or branches from; "defoliate the trees with pesticides"
Adj.1.defoliate - deprived of leaves
Synonyms: defoliated
denude, dismember, draw and quarter, flay, lacerate, maim, mangle, mutilate, peel, pick to pieces, pull apart, shred, skin, strip, take apart, tear apart, tear to pieces, tear to tatters
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Deflexion
Deflexure
Deflorate
Defloration
deflour
Deflourer
Deflow
deflower
Deflowerer
Defluous
Deflux
Defluxion
Defly
Defoe
Defoedation
defoliant
-- Defoliate --
defoliated
defoliation
defoliator
Deforce
Deforcement
Deforceor
Deforciant
Deforciare
Deforciation
Deforest
deforestation
Deform
Deformation
deformational
Deformed
Deformer
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