stemless
adjective Date: 1753 having no stem ; acaulescent

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  • Stemless — Stem less, a. Having no stem; (Bot.) acaulescent. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stemless — adjective Lacking a stem, either naturally or because it has been removed. If long stemmed roses are so popular, are stemless roses cheap? …   Wiktionary

  • stemless — adjective 1. not having a stem stemless glassware • Ant: ↑stemmed • Similar to: ↑stemmed 2. (of plants) having no apparent stem above ground • Syn: ↑acaulescent …   Useful english dictionary

  • stemless — stem·less || stemlɪs adj. lacking a stem, having a very short stem which does not appear above ground, acaulescent (Botany); having no stem …   English contemporary dictionary

  • stemless — stem·less …   English syllables

  • Stemless gentian — may refer to: * Gentiana acaulis * Gentiana clusii …   Wikipedia

  • stemless carline thistle — bestiebė karlina statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Astrinių šeimos vaistinis augalas (Carlina acaulis), paplitęs vidurio ir pietų Europoje. atitikmenys: lot. Carlina acaulis angl. carline thistle; silver carline thistle; smooth carline;… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • stemless carline thistle — noun stemless perennial having large flowers with white or purple brown florets nestled in a rosette of long spiny leaves hairy beneath; of alpine regions of southern and eastern Europe • Syn: ↑Carlina acaulis • Hypernyms: ↑carline thistle …   Useful english dictionary

  • stemless daisy — noun dwarf tufted nearly stemless herb having a rosette of woolly leaves and large white rayed flower heads and bristly achenes; central Canada and United States west to Arizona • Syn: ↑Easter daisy, ↑Townsendia Exscapa • Hypernyms: ↑flower •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stemless gentian — noun Etymology: stemless (I) : a gentianella (Gentiana acaulis) …   Useful english dictionary

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