- ver·dur·ous·ness, noun
- un·ver·dur·ous, adjective
- un·ver·dur·ous·ness, noun
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How to use verdurous in a sentence
On the Liba bloomed wide verdurous plains, consisting of plants with dazzling corollas and gramine of tall stature.
On the hills and woody slopes in the neighbourhood of the Iron Mountain, we likewise meet with sufficiently verdurous prairies.
At the base of the senile trunks are developed the crawling or climbing stems, ever verdurous, of various lycopodiums.
A mile away Hareshaw Lynn comes tumbling down, between seamed cliffs and verdurous precipices.
It was as if all the ruddy and verdurous juices had died in the veins of the world, and from core to surface only gray remained.