- Botany Lying or tilting against some thing: accumbent cotyledons.
- Leaning or reclining, as the ancients performed at their particular dishes.
- Lying against anything, together section of a leaf against another leaf
- Leaning or reclining, whilst the ancients performed at their particular dishes.
- Lying against anything, as you element of a leaf against another leaf.
- lying down; in a position of convenience or sleep
- one that reclines at dining table.
- a person who reclines, as at dishes; one at dining table, whether reclining or sitting.
- Leaning or reclining, in the manner associated with the ancients at their particular dishes. See accubation.
- In botany, lying against: placed on the cotyledons of an embryo whenever their particular sides lie against or tend to be in opposition to the radicle.
- In entomology, lying closely, because the machines on a butterfly's antenna.
Definition for "accumbent"
Equivalent for "accumbent"
Etymologically Related for "accumbent"