fibrous

[adj] - (of meat) full of sinews
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Fibrous

( See habit ) Fine, thread like strands, as in asbestos.
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Fibrous

Fi'brous adjective [ Confer French fibreux .] Containing, or consisting of, fibers; as, the fibrous coat of the cocoanut; the fibrous roots of grasses. -- Fi'brous*ness , noun
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fibrous

Composed of or containing fibroblasts, and also the fibrils and fibres of connective tissue formed by such cells. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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fibrous

stringy adjective (of meat) full of sinews; especially impossible to chew
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fibrous

(fi┬┤brәs) composed of or containing fibers.
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Fibrous

• (a.) Containing, or consisting of, fibers; as, the fibrous coat of the cocoanut; the fibrous roots of grasses.
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fibrous

fibrous 1. Composed of or containing fibers. 2. Consisting of or resembling fibers. 3. Full of sinews; tough; especially, impossible to chew.
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fibrous

used to describe mineral crystals that are long and thin and look like fibers
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Fibrous

contains or resembles fibers; may tend to have a tougher texture noticed while eating.
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Fibrous

Usually refers to root systems that have no central axis and branch densely in all directions with thin fiberlike roots.
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Fibrous

A term describing teas that contain a high percentage of fannings.
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fibrous

Type: Term Pronunciation: fī′brŭs Definitions: 1. Containing, consisting or resembling fibers; the portion of a bilaminar membrane that provides strength due to its collagen fiber content (the other portion being serous). Synonyms: fibrosa
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fibrous

Containing or resembling fibers.
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Fibrous

Having or containing fibers.
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Fibrous

Referring to a cluster of slender roots, all with the same diameter.
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Fibrous

Referring to a cluster of slender roots, all with the same diameter.
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fibrous

Aggregate describing a mineral constructed of fine, usually parallel threads. Some fibrous minerals contain cloth-like flexibility, meaning they can be bent around and feel like cotton.
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Fibrous

teas which contain a large percentage of fannings
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Fibrous

Fiber-like; containing fibers or thread-like parts.
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