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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanisean‧ise /ˈænɪs/ noun [uncountable]  a plant with seeds that have a strong taste
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aniseSeasonings used in both types include allspice, anise, garlic, and peppers of different kinds.I could smell the fierce immediacy of cinnamon, anise, and fish sauce on the tips of her nails.There are some 150 types of basil, including anise, lemon, cinnamon, mammoth, and purple varieties.
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