Origin of coriaceous
OTHER WORDS FROM coriaceoussub·co·ri·a·ceous, adjective
Words nearby coriaceous
How to use coriaceous in a sentence
Two lateral lamin, often coriaceous, by which the ovipositor when unemployed is covered.
The upper organs of flight, when they are corneous or coriaceous at the base and membranous at the apex.
I find a copying press very valuable in making the impression, especially if the leaf is at all coriaceous.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians|William K. David
The coriaceous part of the hemelytra is of a purple tint, but the membranous part is brown.
Those whose food is succulent grow more rapidly than those which have for their food dry gramineous plants and coriaceous lichens.