Words nearby arborescent
Origin of arborescent
OTHER WORDS FROM arborescentar·bo·res·cence, nounar·bo·res·cent·ly, adverbsub·ar·bo·res·cence, nounsub·ar·bo·res·cent, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for arborescent
Hearing this Bhusunda rose from his arborescent seat, and held out a golden twig of the tree with his two fictitious hands.
The Palm-tree is, in Egypt, as in all the oases, the principal element of the arborescent vegetation.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
The arborescent form of vegetation prevails, but attains no considerable height.
Spicula all together geminate-triradiate, with a simple stout middle rod and three arborescent shanks on each end of it.
Alonie, aloes tribe; stem usually developed, arborescent, with succulent leaves.Everyday Objects|W. H. Davenport Adams