Succulent

A plant having tender, juicy or watery tissues.

succulent

[n] - a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
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Succulent

• (a.) Full of juice; juicy.
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succulent

noun a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
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Succulent

Suc'cu·lent adjective [ Latin succulentus , suculentus , from succus , sucus , juice; perhaps akin to English suck : confer French succulent .] Full of juice; juicy. Succulent plants (Botany) , plants which have soft and juicy leaves or ...
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Succulent

1. plants which store water in their leaves or stems. 2. An organ such as a leaf which is thick and fleshy due to the large amount of water stored within its cells.
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Succulent

a plant that is able to store water in its tissues and then withdraw it during times of drought. Water storage tissue may be found in the stem, leaves, or roots depending on the species. Stem succlulents, leaf succulents, and root succulents are types of growthforms.
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Succulent

A plant that usually grows in dry, arid areas, with thick, fleshy leaves that store water. Cacti and aloes are succulents.
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Succulent

A type of plant with thick, fleshy leaves, stems, or tubers.
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Succulent

A type of plant with thick, fleshy leaves, stems, or tubers.
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succulent

any plant with fleshy, thick tissues adapted to water storage. Some succulents (e.g., cacti) store water only in the stem and have no leaves or very ... [3 related articles]
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Succulent

Cactus like, thick and fleshy, ie leaves, roots or stems
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Succulent

Cactus like, thick and fleshy, ie leaves, roots or stems
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succulent

Fleshy or juicy.
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Succulent

fleshy, juicy and thickened
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Succulent

fleshy, juicy and thickened
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succulent

fleshy, juicy, soft in texture and usually thickened
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Succulent

Fleshy.
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Succulent

Fleshy.
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Succulent

having tender, new growth or thick, fleshy tissues which store water, such as cactus.
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Succulent

In botany, succulent refers to a leaf, shoot or fruit which is swollen owing to storing a large quantity of water. Succulent plants refers to those whose plants whose leaves and shoots, sometimes the entire plant, are swollen owing to their tissues storing up a great quantity of fluid. A good example of a succulent plant is a Cactus, which stores f...
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Succulent

Juicy, fleshy, soft.
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Succulent

Juicy, fleshy, soft.
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succulent

juicy, fleshy; a plant with a fleshy habit.
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succulent

Juicy, full of juice or sap. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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