[par-uh-lel-veynd, -luh l-]
- having closely spaced longitudinal veins, as the leaves of most monocotyledonous plants.
Origin of parallel-veined
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The narrow leaves of the cone-bearing trees are also parallel-veined.
This is of two principal kinds; namely, the parallel-veined, and the netted-veined.The Elements of Botany
A leaf having its veinlets parallel to one another is said to be parallel-veined or -nerved.