Achlamydeous
Achlamydeous Ach`la*myd"e*ous, a. (Bot.) Naked; having no floral envelope, neither calyx nor corolla. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • achlamydeous — [ak΄lə mid′ē əs] adj. [< A 2 + Gr chlamys (gen. chlamydos), a cloak, coat + EOUS] Bot. having neither sepals nor petals; without a perianth …   English World dictionary

  • achlamydeous — /ak leuh mid ee euhs/, adj. Bot. not chlamydeous; having neither calyx nor corolla. [1820 30; A 6 + CHLAMYDEOUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • achlamydeous — adjective Naked; having no floral envelope, neither calyx nor corolla …   Wiktionary

  • achlamydeous — achla·myd·e·ous …   English syllables

  • achlamydeous — ach•la•myd•e•ous [[t]ˌæk ləˈmɪd i əs[/t]] adj. bot (of a flower) having neither petals nor sepals • Etymology: 1820–30; a VI+ Gkchlamyd , s. ofchlamýscloak …   From formal English to slang

  • achlamydeous — /eɪkləˈmɪdiəs/ (say aykluh mideeuhs) adjective Botany not chlamydeous; having no floral envelope. {a 6 + Greek chlamys cloak + eous} …   Australian English dictionary

  • achlamydeous —   a. Botany having neither petals nor sepals …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • achlamydeous — adjective not having a floral envelope or perianth • Ant: ↑chlamydeous • Topics: ↑botany, ↑phytology …   Useful english dictionary

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