1. skeleton fork fern pantropical epiphytic or terrestrial whisk fern with usually dull yellow branches and minute leaves; America; Japan; Australia
  2. skilled worker a worker who has acquired special skills
  3. skeleton key a passkey with much of the bit filed away so that it can open different locks
  4. Cladonia rangiferina an erect greyish branching lichen of Arctic and even some north temperate regions constituting the chief food for reindeer and caribou and sometimes being eaten by humans
  5. cow-tongue fern common epiphytic or sometimes terrestrial fern having pale yellow-green strap-shaped leaves; Florida to West Indies and Mexico and south to Uruguay
  6. skilled workman a worker who has acquired special skills
  7. skeleton shrimp small amphipod crustacean having a grotesque form suggestive of the praying mantis; found chiefly on seaweed
  8. skeletal frame the internal supporting structure that gives an artifact its shape
  9. skeleton in the cupboard a scandal that is kept secret
  10. silver fern tropical American fern having fronds with white undersides
  11. clover fern any of several water ferns of the genus Marsilea having four leaflets
  12. skeletal structure any structure created by the skeleton of an organism
  13. campaign for governor a race for election to the governorship
  14. California fern large branching biennial herb native to Eurasia and Africa and adventive in North America having large fernlike leaves and white flowers; usually found in damp habitats; all parts extremely poisonous
  15. floating fern pantropical aquatic fern
  16. staghorn fern any of various tropical ferns of the genus Platycerium having large flat lobed fronds often resembling the antlers of a stag
  17. New York fern slender shield fern of moist woods of eastern North America
  18. Hartford fern delicate fern of the eastern United States having a twining stem and palmately-lobed sterile fronds and forked fertile fronds
  19. golden fern tropical American fern having fronds with light golden undersides
  20. Milton Friedman United States economist noted as a proponent of monetarism and for his opposition to government intervention in the economy (born in 1912)