- treelike in size and form.
Origin of arborescent
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They were a species of arborescent yucca, then unknown to botanists.The War Trail
Spicula all together geminate-triradiate, with a simple stout middle rod and three arborescent shanks on each end of it.
Spicula all geminate-triradiate, with a stout and short middle rod and three arborescent shanks on each end of it.
The sierras of the Buenos Aires province have no arborescent vegetation.The Argentine Republic
The six upper or ascending feet are arborescent, and each branch is armed at the distal end with a spathilla (figs. 1, 2).
- having the shape or characteristics of a tree
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