Funnelform
Funnelform Fun"nel*form`, a. (Bot.) Having the form of a funnel, or tunnel; that is, expanding gradually from the bottom upward, as the corolla of some flowers; infundibuliform. [1913 Webster]

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  • funnelform — [fun′əlfôrm΄] adj. shaped like a funnel …   English World dictionary

  • funnelform — adjective Date: circa 1828 having the form of a funnel or cone < funnelform flowers > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • funnelform — /fun l fawrm /, adj. shaped like a funnel, as the corolla of the morning glory; infundibuliform. [1820 30; FUNNEL + FORM] * * * …   Universalium

  • funnelform — adjective having the shape of a funnel …   Wiktionary

  • funnelform — fun·nel·form …   English syllables

  • funnelform — fun•nel•form [[t]ˈfʌn lˌfɔrm[/t]] adj. bot infundibuliform • Etymology: 1820–30 …   From formal English to slang

  • funnelform — ˈfənəlˌfȯrm adjective of a corolla of a flower : infundibuliform * * * /fun l fawrm /, adj. shaped like a funnel, as the corolla of the morning glory; infundibuliform. [1820 30; FUNNEL + FORM] …   Useful english dictionary

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