Origin of frond
OTHER WORDS FROM frondfronded, adjective
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How to use frond in a sentence
There, spongey disc-shaped, brown “nest” fronds soaked up this moisture.These ferns may be first plants known to work together as ants do|Jake Buehler|July 1, 2021|Science News For Students
This suggests a reproductive division of labor between the nest and strap frond types.These ferns may be the first plants known to share work like ants|Jake Buehler|June 7, 2021|Science News
Remove from the oven, drizzle with more olive oil, if desired, squeeze the remaining orange half over everything, and tear the mint leaves and fennel fronds over the peas.A one-pan salmon dinner with minty peas, orange and fennel|Daniela Galarza|April 1, 2021|Washington Post
Frilly, feathery fronds look similar to dill and remind me of a delicate lace.
The entire fennel plant is edible, including the bulb, stalk, fronds, “seeds,” blossoms and even its pollen.
Near the banks, the water is shallow and her palm frond oars propel her.Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq|Nathan Bradley Bethea|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To keep the frond in position it may be useful to put a book on the paper as it is spread out.How to Know the Ferns|S. Leonard Bastin
Suddenly, however, I thought I detected a slight movement in a bracken frond beside the furze.Creatures of the Night|Alfred W. Rees
Each frond is composed of slender interwoven fibres with club-shaped filaments passing vertically to the surface.
Its frond is tubular, and the spore-clusters are situated on the tips of the branches, surrounded by a whorl of small branchlets.
The frond contains a single tube, and is jointed and forked, the joints being usually transparent.