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surculose Syllabification: sur·cu·lose
Pronunciation: /ˈsərkyəˌlōs/ /-ˌlōz/

Definition of surculose in English:

adjective

Botany
Producing suckers.
Example sentences
  • The plants growing about the Picachos de Santa Clara are more robust and less surculose than those in the Sierra Vizcaino proper and resemble A. gigantensis.

Origin

Mid 19th century: from Latin surculosus, from surculus 'twig'.

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