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phylloid

[ fil-oid ]
/ ˈfɪl ɔɪd /
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adjective
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Origin of phylloid

From the New Latin word phylloīdēs, dating back to 1855–60. See phyll-, -oid
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How to use phylloid in a sentence

  • He was trying to classify a Cyatho phylloid coral which he had just had the luck to find.

    A Cadet's Honor|Upton Sinclair

British Dictionary definitions for phylloid

phylloid
/ (ˈfɪlɔɪd) /

adjective
resembling a leaf
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