plumose

Featherlike aggregate in which many small crystals protrude out of a long, slender one.
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Plumose

• (a.) Alt. of Plumous
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Plumose

appearing plumelike or feathery from fine hairs that line two sides of a central axis
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Plumose

appearing plumelike or feathery from fine hairs that line two sides of a central axis
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Plumose

feather like
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Plumose

feather like
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Plumose

Feather-like, as in plumose antennae
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plumose

feather-like, often used to describe antennae with numerous fine branches arranged in opposition along the antennal segments.
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plumose

Feathery
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Plumose

Feathery due to soft spreading hairs.
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Plumose

Feathery.
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plumose

Like a feather, with fine hairs branching from a central main stem. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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plumose

like a feather; with fine hairs arising laterally from a central axis
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plumose

like a feather; with fine hairs branching from a main axis.
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plumose

plumose 1. Resembling, having, or producing feathers. 2. Like a feather; with fine hairs branching from a central main stem.
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Plumose

Plumy; feather-like; with fine hairs, as the pappus of some composites.
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plumose

Type: Term Pronunciation: plū′mōs Definitions: 1. Feathery.
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Plumose

With numerous feathery branches: applied especially to antennae.
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