In Jamaica, the antidote cacoon, Fevillea cordifolia. See antidote cacoon, under cacoon. (noun)
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Use "sabo" in a sentence
"Two thirds of them are what are called sabo (ph) shells."
"Four-hundred years ago, on the planet Earth, workers who felt their livelihood threatened by automation, flung their wooden shoes, called sabo, into the machines to stop them ... hence the word: sabotage."
"As the "clues" against Kathy mounted, The Audience told Mr. Mensa, "So you got sabo-bitched there by her.""