acarpous

  • 1Acarpous — A*car pous, a. [Gr. ?; a priv. + ? fruit.] (Bot.) Not producing fruit; unfruitful. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 2acarpous — [ā kär′pəs] adj. [Gr akarpos < a , without + karpos, fruit: see CARPEL] bearing no fruit; sterile …

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  • 3acarpous — adj. Bot. (of a plant etc.) without fruit or that does not produce fruit. Etymology: A (1) + Gk karpos fruit * * * adjective producing no fruit • Similar to: ↑unfruitful * * * (ˈ)ā|kärpəs adjective Etymology: Greek akarpos …

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  • 4acarpous — /ay kahr peuhs/, adj. Bot. not producing fruit; sterile; barren. [ < Gk ákarpos. See A 6, CARPOUS] * * * …

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  • 5acarpous — adjective /eɪˈkɑːpəs/ Not producing fruit; unfruitful …

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  • 6acarpous — adj. unfruitful, producing no fruit; sterile …

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  • 7acarpous — a. (Bot.) Unfruitful, sterile, barren, fruitless, unproductive …

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  • 8acarpous — acar·pous …

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  • 9acarpous — a•car•pous [[t]eɪˈkɑr pəs[/t]] adj. bot not producing fruit; sterile; barren • Etymology: &LT; Gk ákarpos. See a VI, carpous …

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  • 10acarpous — /eɪˈkapəs/ (say ay kahpuhs) adjective Botany not producing fruit; sterile; barren. {Greek akarpos without fruit} …

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  • 11acarpous —   a. Botany, not yielding fruit …

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  • 12Fruit — For other uses, see Fruit (disambiguation). Several culinary fruits …

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  • 14Multiple fruit — Mulberry is a kind of multiple fruit. Multiple fruits are fruits that are formed from a cluster of flowers (called an inflorescence). Each flower in the inflorescence produces a fruit, but these mature into a single mass.[1] Examples are the&#8230; …

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  • 15arid — Synonyms and related words: Saharan, academic, acarpous, anhydrous, athirst, barren, blah, blank, bloodless, bone dry, bookish, boring, bromidic, celibate, characterless, childless, cold, colorless, dead, desert, desolate, dismal, drab, draggy,&#8230; …

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  • 16barren — Synonyms and related words: abortive, acarpous, arid, bare, blah, bland, blank, bleached, bleak, bloodless, bootless, celibate, characterless, childless, clear, cold, colorless, counterproductive, dead, depleted, desert, desolate, devoid, dismal …

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  • 17celibate — Synonyms and related words: Apostolic, Encratic, Lenten, Platonic, Pythagorean, Rechabite, Shaker, Spartan, Stoic, abbacomes, abbot, absolute, abstemious, abstinent, acarpous, alone, arid, ascetic, azygous, bachelor, barren, beadsman, brother,&#8230; …

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  • 18childless — Synonyms and related words: acarpous, arid, barren, celibate, desert, desolate, drained, dried up, dry, exhausted, fallow, fruitless, gaunt, gelded, impotent, ineffectual, infecund, infertile, issueless, jejune, leached, menopausal, nonfertile,&#8230; …

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  • 19desert — Synonyms and related words: Arabia Deserta, Death Valley, Lebensraum, Sahara, Saharan, abandon, abscond, absquatulate, acarpous, advantageousness, agreeableness, air space, alkali flat, alluvial plain, anhydrous, apostacize, apostatize, arid,&#8230; …

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  • 20desolate — Synonyms and related words: abandoned, acarpous, acheronian, afflict, aggrieve, agonize, alone, anguish, annihilate, arid, bare, barren, black, bleak, break down, bring to ruin, bring to tears, celibate, cheerless, childless, comfortless, condemn …

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