Origin of arborescent
Related formsar·bo·res·cence, nounar·bo·res·cent·ly, adverbsub·ar·bo·res·cence, nounsub·ar·bo·res·cent, adjective
Examples 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