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gamosepalous

[ gam-uh-sep-uh-luhs ]
/ ˌgæm əˈsɛp ə ləs /
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adjective Botany.
having the sepals united.
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Origin of gamosepalous

First recorded in 1825–35; gamo- + -sepalous

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British Dictionary definitions for gamosepalous

gamosepalous
/ (ˌɡæməʊˈsɛpələs) /

adjective
(of flowers) having united or partly united sepals, as the primroseCompare polysepalous
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