anemosis definition

  • noun:
    • a-shake in timber caused by high winds
    • an ailment inside wood of some trees in which the bands tend to be divided, as some suppose, because of the activity of large winds upon the trunk; wind-shake.
    • In botany, the condition of becoming wind-shaken; an ailment of this timber of exogenous woods, where yearly levels are divided in one another by the action, it is expected, of strong gales.
    • a-shake in timber brought on by large winds
    • A condition inside lumber of some trees where the bands tend to be divided, as some suppose, because of the activity of large winds upon the trunk; wind-shake.
    • In botany, the condition of being wind-shaken; a disorder associated with timber of exogenous trees, where the annual levels tend to be divided in one another because of the action, it's supposed, of powerful gales.
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