Spinescent

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Spinescent

• (a.) Becoming hard and thorny; tapering gradually to a rigid, leafless point; armed with spines.
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Spinescent

Spi·nes'cent adjective [ Latin spinescens , -entis , present participle of spinescere to know to grow thorny, from spina a thorn: confer French spinescent .] (Botany) Becoming hard and thorny; tapering gradually to a rigid, leafless point; armed with spines. ...
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Spinescent

bearing a spine or spine-like point
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Spinescent

bearing a spine or spine-like point
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spinescent

developing spines; developing into a spine
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spinescent

Ending in a spine, modified to form a spine. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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spinescent

ending in a spine; modified to form a spine
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spinescent

ending in a spine; modified to form a spine.
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Spinescent

having or capable of having spines; ending in a spine-like tip
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Spinescent

having or capable of having spines; ending in a spine-like tip
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Spinescent

More or less spiny.
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spinescent

spinescent Tapering; tending to become spiny.
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