feather-veined

[ feth-er-veynd ]
/ ˈfɛð ərˌveɪnd /

adjective Botany.

(of a leaf) having a series of veins branching from each side of the midrib toward the margin; pinnately veined.

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Origin of feather-veined

First recorded in 1860–65
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feather-veined

adjective

(of a leaf) having a network of veins branching from the midrib to the margin
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