Origin of glaucous
OTHER WORDS FROM glaucousglau·cous·ly, adverb
Words nearby glaucous
How to use glaucous in a sentence
Its wild thyme will remain only in patches on its Trwyn, and its sandhills will be glaucous with the blue sea-holly no more.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
The stem is recumbent, tough and woody, bearing fleshy glaucous leaves with curled edges.
The lower leaves of this plant are spinous and very glaucous, and the upper ones palmate.
Its stem is glaucous and branched, and the large waved and deeply-cut leaves, which clasp the stem, are also of a glaucous hue.
The other leaves are glaucous and bi-ternate, the leaflets being narrow, fleshy, and tapering towards both ends.