Glaucous

The term glaucous is also used botanically as an adjective to mean `covered with a greyish, bluish, or whitish waxy coating or bloom that is easily rubbed off` (e.g. glaucous leaves). The first recorded use of glaucous as a color name in English was in the year 1671. ==Examples== The epicuticular wax coating on mature plum fruit gives them a gla.....
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Glaucous

• (a.) Covered with a fine bloom or fine white powder easily rubbed off, as that on a blue plum, or on a cabbage leaf. • (a.) Of a sea-green color; of a dull green passing into grayish blue.
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glaucous

adjective having a frosted look from a powdery coating, as on plants; `glaucous stems`; `glaucous plums`; `glaucous grapes`
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Glaucous

Glau'cous (gla'kŭs) adjective [ Latin glaucus , Greek glayko`s .] 1. Of a sea-green color; of a dull green passing into grayish blue. Lindley. 2. (Botany) Covered with a fine bloom or fine white powder easily rubbed off, as that on a blue plum, or...
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glaucous

A sea-green color, coated with a waxy powder.
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Glaucous

As if coated with a blue-green bloom.
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glaucous

blue-green in colour, with a whitish bloom
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glaucous

Blue-green in colour, with a whitish bloom. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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glaucous

Covered with a bloom giving a bluish lustre.
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Glaucous

Covered with a fine, white, often waxy film, which rubs off.
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Glaucous

covered with a thin, light-colored waxy or powdery bloom
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Glaucous

covered with a thin, light-colored waxy or powdery bloom
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glaucous

Describes a plant part with a visible bloom.
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glaucous

glaucous 1. A description of plants or fruit that are covered in a grayish, whitish, or bluish waxy or powdery substance. 2. A reference to a dull grayish green or blue color. 3. In botany, covered with a grayish, bluish, or whitish waxy coating or bloom that is easily rubbed off; such as, glaucous leaves or fruit.
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Glaucous

Having a blue-green waxy surface (a bloom).
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Glaucous

Having a bluish appearance.
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glaucous

Having a bluish gray waxy surface.
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glaucous

having a bluish grey bloom.
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Glaucous

Having a white or bluish waxy coating.
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Glaucous

pale blue green or grayish green furze that easily wipes off
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Glaucous

pale blue green or grayish green furze that easily wipes off
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glaucous

sea-green; greyish-blue
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Glaucous

Whitish or bluish in color often due to a waxy coating.
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glaucous

with a whitish bloom, blue-green in colour; e.g. the surface of the young leaves of many eucalypts.
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glaucous

[adj] - having a frosted look from a powdery coating, as on plants
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