herbaceous

[ hur-bey-shuh s, ur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF herbaceous
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Like the former, it was a herbaceous plant, but of a very different appearance.

"Chum, you bounder," I shout, as he is about to wade through the herbaceous border.

And their herbaceous border, even now, is a blaze of colour.

He instances Ricinus, which is an herbaceous annual with us, but a tree in other countries31.

A great variety prevails there of herbaceous or frutescent plants.

The green fecula obtained by straining the expressed juices of the leaves and herbaceous parts of plants is of this character.

There are three species of cotton: tree-cotton, shrub-cotton, and herbaceous cotton.

That's him at the table, with the herbaceous border under his chin.

The shade or protection of tall-growing, herbaceous plants is sufficient.

Nests are placed on the surface of the ground in woody or herbaceous cover.

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