/ (mɒˈnɔɪkəs) /
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a variant of monoecious
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Derived forms of monoicousmonoicously, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for monoicous
Lastly, walnut-trees, which are properly monoicous, sometimes entirely fail to produce male flowers.
Monœcious, or Monoicous (flower), having stamens or pistils only, 85.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray