characterized by or growing in corymbs; corymblike.
- co·rym·bose·ly, adverb
- sub·co·rym·bose, adjective
- sub·co·rym·bose·ly, adverb
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How to use corymbose in a sentence
It is terminated by a massive globular corymbose head of flowers, which remain a long period in an ornamental condition.
Flowers greenish-yellow, hermaphrodite, arranged in corymbose terminal cymes.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines | T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Heads discoid, 15–many-flowered, in corymbose cymes; flowers perfect.
The flowers are individually large and corymbose, and are succeeded by small green fruit.Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs | A. D. Webster
The flowers are white or red, large, borne in corymbose clusters, and produced in great profusion during June and July.Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs | A. D. Webster