noun[mass noun] rare
Green foliage; greenery.
More example sentences
- This sudden lush frondescence was springing up at the rate of an inch a day at least.
- They continued their journey under the frondescence of the mountain forests.
- Gregor listened to Nature's breath whispering through the frondescence and to his own breath entering and leaving his body.
mid 19th century: from modern Latin frondescentia, from Latin frondescere frequentative of frondere 'send out leaves', from frons, frond- 'leaf'.