feather-veined definition

  • adjective:
    • getting the veins (of a leaf) diverging from two edges of a midrib.
    • getting the veins (of a leaf) diverging from two edges of a midrib.
    • obtaining the veins (of a leaf) diverging from two edges of a midrib.
    • obtaining the veins (of a leaf) diverging from two sides of a midrib.
    • Having the veins (of a leaf) diverging through the two sides of a midrib.
  • others:
    • In botany, having a number of veins branching from each region of the midrib associated with the leaf toward the margin; pinnately veined.
    • In botany, having a series of veins branching from each region of the midrib of this leaf toward the margin; pinnately veined.
    • In botany, having a number of veins branching from each region of the midrib of the leaf toward the margin; pinnately veined.
    • In botany, having a few veins branching from each region of the midrib of the leaf toward the margin; pinnately veined.
    • In botany, having a few veins branching from each side of the midrib of leaf toward the margin; pinnately veined.

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