1 ) The phrase  CREEPING PLANT HAVING CURVING FLOWERS THOUGHT TO RESEMBLE FETUSES; NATIVE TO EUROPE; NATURALIZED GREAT BRITAIN AND EASTERN NORTH AMERICA  best describes a(an):
  •   eulogize
  •   pedigree
  •   aristolochia clematitis
  •   anecdote
  •   intransigent

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