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OTHER WORDS FROM arborescentar·bo·res·cence, nounar·bo·res·cent·ly, adverbsub·ar·bo·res·cence, nounsub·ar·bo·res·cent, adjective
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In botany, a genus of magnificent arborescent grasses, of the nat.
The Palm-tree is, in Egypt, as in all the oases, the principal element of the arborescent vegetation.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Arborescent: Branched or tree-like, beset with branched hair-like extensions (Fig. 150, e).The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
Arborescent; corallites arranged somewhat spirally on branches and widely separated; branches compact between corallites.
These start branches, and so the process goes on, and in time the colony becomes much branched and arborescent in form.