Origin of tuberous
OTHER WORDS FROM tuberoussem·i·tu·ber·ous, adjective
Words nearby tuberous
How to use tuberous in a sentence
The roots are tuberous, resembling Madeira vines, and they do not penetrate very deeply into the earth.
It is a very agreeable and nutritive kind of tuberous vegetable, in flavor not unlike celery.
There is another sort of tuberous root, called “ulluca” by the Peruvians, which is more glutinous and less pleasant to the taste.
This oca is a tuberous root, of an oval shape and pale red colour, but white inside.
A handsome tender climber with tuberous roots, that may be taken up in the fall and stored in a cellar.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn