But the preparation of the fibrous root was tedious, calling as it did for various processes of drying and pounding.
The packet was wrapped in a piece of birch-bark, and tied with a bit of fibrous root.
He ordered a bandage tied on651 the wound in my leg and put no seton in; once he made me eat something like a fibrous root (yldz).
It has a fibrous root, and a stalked, lanceolate, entire frond with a distinct midrib throughout.
Out of this leafy stern descends a fibrous root, and ascends in its season, a capped seed.
Any of the roots in a system that is made up of many threadlike members of more or less equal length and is characteristic of monocotelydons. Fibrous roots develop from adventitious roots arising from the plant's stem and usually do not penetrate the soil very deeply. Because their roots attach themselves firmly to soil particles, plants with fibrous root systems are especially useful in preventing soil erosion. Compare taproot.