Origin of foliaceous
OTHER WORDS FROM foliaceousfo·li·a·ceous·ness, nounsu·per·fo·li·a·ceous, adjective
Words nearby foliaceous
How to use foliaceous in a sentence
It may be observed that the gills or foliaceous lamin are placed at the circumference of the body, and at its smallest parts.
Its flower-heads are surrounded by a spreading foliaceous woolly involucre, and its foliage is also of the same woolly character.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
We will begin with the Scarabides, with their heavy compact body, and short antenn, terminated by a foliaceous club.
Ventral tentacular cirrus of second somite of a thin or foliaceous and asymmetrical form.
They are usually twice pinnatifid, the pinnules being connected by a very narrow foliaceous border along the midribs.Beautiful Ferns|Daniel Cady Eaton