Everywhere else is the ligneous fence, generally too hard and thick to break through.
ligneous, or woody tissue (lignin) is indurated cellulose, hardened by age.
Here and there branches were broken off, stripped clean of their leaves, and the ligneous parts left upon the ground.
The cassava cakes sent to Europe are composed almost entirely of starch, along with a few fibres of the ligneous matter.
The outside of the durian is ligneous and is covered with strong prickles of nearly an inch long.
The species of the genus Sirex, probably all of them in their larva state, have no appetite but for ligneous food.
With the diminished moisture the green gardens of France are replaced in Gobi by ligneous plants covered with a gray down.
The cellular tissue itself, which forms usually only a twentieth or twenty-fifth of the whole weight, consists of ligneous fibre.
A and D include twenty ligneous species out of forty-nine, that is about forty-one per cent.
The native dress is made of the bark of trees, smashed with stones, to extract the ligneous parts.