[ ri-mon-tuh nt ]
/ rɪˈmɒn tənt /


(of certain roses) blooming more than once in a season.


a remontant rose.


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Origin of remontant

1880–85; < French, present participle of remonter to remount Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

Example sentences from the Web for remontant

  • If the remontant types are interspersed throughout your garden you need never, between May and October, look for a rose in vain.

    Making a Rose Garden|Henry H. Saylor
  • This applies more particularly to the Remontant, Moss, and June roses.

    Parsons on the Rose|Samuel Browne Parsons
  • I'll make your talent blossom again in your autumn days, like a remontant rose.

    Creditors; Pariah|August Strindberg
  • They are probably hybrids, as they remontant, while the original species blooms but once.

    Parsons on the Rose|Samuel Browne Parsons

British Dictionary definitions for remontant

/ (rɪˈmɒntənt) /


(esp of cultivated roses) flowering more than once in a single season


a rose having such a growth

Word Origin for remontant

C19: from French: coming up again, from remonter; see remount
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