- having a long stem or stems: long-stemmed roses.
- long-legged and slender: long-stemmed chorus girls.
Origin of long-stemmed
First recorded in 1855–60
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Examples from the Web for long-stemmed
Taking two long-stemmed roses, a girl goes to her room in silence.The Book of Hallowe'en
Ruth Edna Kelley
This is the long-stemmed, viny kind, and its name is alsike clover.Mother Nature's Toy-Shop
The men talked on and the long-stemmed pipe passed from hand to hand.Jack Among the Indians
George Bird Grinnell
As it frizzled and spat, she held a long-stemmed pipe for its reception.A Woman's Burden
Sam Carr held his peace, toying with the long-stemmed glass in his hand.Burned Bridges</p>
Bertrand W. Sinclair