The leaves are almost stemless and trifoliate; that is, composed of three leaflets.
Changed "trifoliate" to "trifoliolate" in the index entry for "Foliolate."
The leaves are trifoliate, though sometimes they grow singly.
The trifoliate leaves are numerous, especially on the upper portions.
His principal sacred tree is the bel tree,2 which has trifoliate leaves, and may have been held sacred on this account.
Again, the old furze-bush will have its leaves converted into spines, though the seedling started with a trifoliate leaf.
The stem of the plant is bushy and branched; the leaves are trifoliate.
The stipules are ovate, larger, veined, and have long points; and each flower-head has a pair of trifoliate leaves at its base.
Incidentally we may examine here a trifoliate orange filled with fruit.