Foliaged
Foliaged Fo"li*aged, a. Furnished with foliage; leaved; as, the variously foliaged mulberry. [1913 Webster]

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  • foliaged — [fō′lēijd] adj. having foliage: often in hyphenated compounds [dark foliaged] * * * See foliage. * * * …   Universalium

  • foliaged — [fō′lēijd] adj. having foliage: often in hyphenated compounds [dark foliaged] …   English World dictionary

  • foliaged — adjective see foliage …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • foliaged — fo·li·aged || fəʊlɪɪdÊ’d adj. having leaves, leafy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • foliaged — fo·li·aged …   English syllables

  • foliaged — adjective bearing numerous leaves • Syn: ↑foliaceous, ↑foliose • Similar to: ↑leafy …   Useful english dictionary

  • foliage — foliaged, adj. /foh lee ij/, n. 1. the leaves of a plant, collectively; leafage. 2. leaves in general. 3. the representation of leaves, flowers, and branches in painting, architectural ornament, etc. [1400 50; late ME foilage < MF fueillage,… …   Universalium

  • foliage — noun Etymology: Middle French fuellage, from foille leaf more at foil Date: 1598 1. a representation of leaves, flowers, and branches for architectural ornamentation 2. the aggregate of leaves of one or more plants 3. a cluster of leaves, flowers …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sheep fescue — noun Date: 1945 a hardy fine foliaged fescue (Festuca ovina) widely used as a pasture grass called also sheep s fescue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • head — I. noun Etymology: Middle English hed, from Old English hēafod; akin to Old High German houbit head, Latin caput Date: before 12th century 1. the upper or anterior division of the animal body that contains the brain, the chief sense organs, and… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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