Extract [noun]

Definition of Extract:

something condensed from whole

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Sentence/Example of Extract:

Mycologist Paul Stamets, for one, has shown that a mycelium extract can decompose petroleum waste and sprout oyster mushrooms in its place.

He and his team had shown that extracts of certain fungi could be used to reduce bee mortality dramatically.

He had been producing these extracts for human consumption for several years—it is largely these products that have made Fungi Perfecti into a multimillion-dollar business.

The jar dribbled sugar water laced with fungal extracts into the dish, and bees crawled through a chute to get to it.

The health benefits to me are real—anti-anxiety, anti-inflammation, et cetera—but it is up to each person to determine how hemp extract and CBD can benefit them.

Hemp extract and CBD have been consumed for thousands of years as medicinal supplements, and hemp has also been used for other things like rope, thread, and clothing.

It may be applied directly to a suspected fluid, or, better, to the ethereal extract.

The following extract from the "Australasian" entitled, "Tobacco Smoking" refers to many literary smokers.

As to the concluding line of the extract, I must leave it to some better Irish scholar than I can boast myself.

This Extract will make a convenient statistic reference for matters concerning Liberia.