chylocaulous

[ kahy-luh-kaw-luhs ]
/ ˌkaɪ ləˈkɔ ləs /

adjective Botany.

having fleshy stems.

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Origin of chylocaulous

<German Chylocaul (<chylo- + Latin caul(is) stalk, stem + English -ous -ous)

OTHER WORDS FROM chylocaulous

chy·lo·cau·lous·ly, adverb
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