fibrous

[ fahy-bruh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF fibrous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIBROUS

The stem is fleshy, fibrous, sometimes waxy, continuous with the pileus.

The veil is often wanting, but when present is fibrous and fugacious.

The stem is fleshy, fibrous, and of the same character as the cap.

He saw what seemed to be a man dressed in a long, fibrous garment.

The nut itself is enveloped in a fibrous shell, like the cocoa-nut.

That is why it is always so fibrous and divided and entangled in the clinging earth.

The lines used had been made by themselves from the fibrous husk of the cocoa-nut.

The nature of the bark is known by its splintery, fibrous, or corky texture.

From the fibrous stem of this plant the manilla hemp is manufactured.

We had soon torn off the fibrous covering, and knocked a hole in one of the eyes.

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