Oppositisepalous \Op*pos`i*ti*sep"al*ous\, a. [See {Opposite}, and {Sepal}.] (Bot.) Placed in front of a sepal. [1913 Webster]

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  • oppositi- — combining form Etymology: Latin oppositus : situated opposite : having the corresponding parts opposite oppositifolious oppositisepalous …   Useful english dictionary

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