Scandent

• (a.) Climbing.
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scandent

adjective used especially of plants; having a tendency to climb; `plants of a creeping or scandent nature`
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Scandent

Scan'dent adjective [ Latin scandens , -entis , present participle of scandere to climb.] Climbing. » Scandent plants may climb either by twining, as the hop, or by twisted leafstalks, as the clematis, or by tendrils, as the passion flower, or by rootlets, as the ivy.
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scandent

climbing
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Scandent

climbing
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scandent

climbing
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Scandent

climbing
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Scandent

climbing
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Scandent

climbing
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scandent

climbing, by whatever means. See also
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scandent

Climbing.
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scandent

Climbing. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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scandent

Of fuchsias that would normally be unable to raise themselves above the ground when they climb or are supported by other plants.
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