blight definition

  • noun:
    • Any of many plant conditions resulting in abrupt conspicuous wilting and dying of affected parts, especially young, growing tissues.
    • the disorder or causative representative, such as for example a bacterium, fungi, or virus, that leads to blight.
    • an incredibly unpleasant environmental problem, particularly air pollution.
    • something which impairs development, withers hopes and ambitions, or impedes development and prosperity.
    • some of many plant diseases causing injury to, or perhaps the death of, leaves, good fresh fruit or other parts
    • the bacterium, virus or fungi that triggers such a condition
    • something that impedes development or development or spoils just about any facet of life
    • Mildew; decay; everything nipping or blasting; -- used as a general name to various accidents or diseases of plants, inducing the whole or a component to wither, whether occasioned by bugs, fungi, or atmospheric influences.
    • The work of blighting, or even the state of being blighted; a withering or mildewing, or a stoppage of development in your whole or part of a plant, etc.
    • what frustrates your plans or withers an individual's hopes; whatever impairs or destroys.
    • A downy species of aphis, or plant louse, destructive to fruit trees, infesting both origins and limbs; -- in addition applied to various other damaging insects.
    • A rashlike eruption from the human skin.
    • Some impact, generally concealed or perhaps not conspicuous, that nips, blasts, or destroys flowers; a diseased condition of plants caused by the condition of the soil, atmospheric impacts, insects, parasitic flowers, etc.; smut, mildew, or perhaps the like.
    • Figuratively, any cancerous or mysterious influence that nips, blasts, destroys, or brings to naught; such a thing which withers hope, blasts one's prospects, or inspections success.
    • . In medication: a small facial paralysis induced by abrupt cool or damp.
    • See blights.
    • Purulent conjunctivitis.
    • An insect, frequently hidden or concealed, which causes trees or flowers in order to become diseased or even to die, whilst the American blight.
    • Same as mosquito blight. See in addition tea-bug.
    • any plant infection resulting in withering without rotting
    • a situation or condition becoming blighted
    • some of many plant diseases resulting in unexpected conspicuous wilting and dying of affected parts, particularly younger, developing areas.
    • The condition or causative broker, such as a bacterium, fungi, or virus, that results in blight.
    • An extremely adverse environmental problem, eg air pollution.
    • Something that impairs growth, withers hopes and aspirations, or impedes development and prosperity.
    • any of numerous plant diseases causing harm to, and/or death of, leaves, good fresh fruit or any other parts
    • the bacterium, virus or fungus that creates such an ailment
    • something that impedes growth or development or spoils every other facet of life
    • Mildew; decay; such a thing nipping or blasting; -- applied as an over-all name to various accidents or conditions of plants, inducing the entire or a part to wither, whether occasioned by bugs, fungi, or atmospheric influences.
    • The work of blighting, or perhaps the state to be blighted; a withering or mildewing, or a stoppage of development in the entire or an integral part of a plant, etc.
    • That which frustrates a person's plans or withers a person's hopes; what impairs or destroys.
    • A downy species of aphis, or plant louse, destructive to good fresh fruit woods, infesting both roots and branches; -- in addition placed on many damaging insects.
    • A rashlike eruption regarding the human skin.
    • Some impact, often concealed or not conspicuous, that nips, blasts, or destroys flowers; a diseased condition of flowers due to the health of the soil, atmospheric impacts, pests, parasitic plants, etc.; smut, mildew, or perhaps the like.
    • Figuratively, any malignant or mysterious influence that nips, blasts, destroys, or brings to naught; such a thing which withers hope, blasts your prospects, or checks prosperity.
    • . In medicine: A slight facial paralysis caused by abrupt cool or wet.
    • See blights.
    • Purulent conjunctivitis.
    • An insect, frequently inconspicuous or concealed, which in turn causes woods or plants to be diseased or even die, as United states blight.
    • Same as mosquito blight. See also tea-bug.
    • any plant infection causing withering without rotting
    • a state or problem being blighted
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause (a plant, including) to endure blight.
    • To have a deleterious effect on; spoil. See Synonyms at blast.
    • To influence with blight; to blast; to avoid the development and fertility of.
    • ergo: To destroy the joy of; to damage; to mar really; to frustrate.
    • resulting in (a plant, including) to endure blight.
    • to own a deleterious effect on; damage. See Synonyms at blast.
    • To impact with blight; to shoot; to stop the growth and virility of.
    • For this reason: To destroy the happiness of; to harm; to mar really; to irritate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To endure blight.
    • is impacted by blight; to blast.
    • To suffer blight.
    • To be impacted by blight; to shoot.
  • verb:
    • to suffer blight
    • to cause to suffer blight
    • to ruin or destroy (something)
    • cause to experience a blight
    • to experience blight
    • to cause to suffer blight
    • to spoil or destroy (anything)
    • cause to suffer a blight
  • others:
    • To influence with blight; cause to wither or decay; nip, blast, or destroy.
    • To exert a malignant or baleful influence on; blast or mar the sweetness, hopes, or customers of; frustrate.
    • To impact with blight; cause to wither or decay; nip, blast, or destroy.
    • To exert a malignant or baleful impact on; blast or mar the sweetness, hopes, or prospects of; frustrate.

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