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ste·vi·a
[stee-vee-uh, stev-ee-uh]
NOUN
1.
a South American perennial shrub, Stevia rebaudiana, having small, white flowers and sweet-tasting leaves.
2.
a noncaloric, powdered sweetener made from glycoside extracts of the leaves of this shrub.
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