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foliature

[ foh-lee-uh-cher ]
/ ˈfoʊ li ə tʃər /
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noun
a cluster of leaves; foliage.
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Origin of foliature

First recorded in 1670–80, foliature is from the Late Latin word foliātūra foliage. See foliate, -ure
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