I. adjective also sear Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sēar dry; akin to Old High German sōrēn to wither, Greek hauos dry, Lithuanian sausas Date: before 12th century 1. being dried and withered 2. archaic threadbare II. noun Etymology: Latin series series Date: 1916 a series of ecological communities formed in ecological succession

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