Origin of corymb
Related formscor·ymbed, adjectivecor·ymb·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for corymb
It grows from two to four feet high, and bears a corymb of many yellow heads, from July to September.Field and Woodland Plants|William S. Furneaux
Second, the cauliflower, which is a cluster (corymb) of forced cabbage flowers.The Century Cook Book|Mary Ronald
Corymbose, in corymbs, approaching the form of a corymb, or branched in that way.
A compound corymb is a corymb some branches of which branch again in the same way, as in Mountain Ash.
This is commonly a flat-topped or convex flower-cluster, like a corymb, only the blossoms are from terminal buds.