n.) The juice of plants of any kind, especially the ascending and descending juices or circulating fluid essential to nutrition.
To remove tree sap from your hands, use butter or cooking oil.
Maple syrup is made from sap extracted from the sugar maple tree.
When we went camping, we made torches using branches dipped in sap from a fir tree.
It is sticky like tree sap and odorous like vinegar.
Early American settlers also made a chewing gum from spruce sap and beeswax.
Every spring they bore holes in their maple trees, and drain off the sweet sap.
It takes 40 liters of sap from a maple tree to produce one litre of maple syrup.
The sap is watery, and contains a bitter substance which possesses tonic properties.