Definition of cespitose in English:

cespitose

Syllabification: ces·pi·tose
Pronunciation: /ˈsespəˌtōs
 
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adjective

Botany
Forming mats or growing in dense tufts or clumps.
More example sentences
  • For cespitose species, an individual was defined as all identifiable aboveground vegetation generated from the same rootstock (genet), generally determined by inspection of the plant at soil level.

Origin

mid 19th century: from modern Latin caespitosus, from caespes 'turf': see -ose1.

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