• Definition for "floccose"
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floccose definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany Covered with tufts of smooth tresses, as fresh fruits of quince.
    • Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of smooth hair, while the fresh fruits of quince.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft hair, whilst the fruits of quince.
    • Spotted with small tufts like wool.
    • Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • noticed with little tufts like wool.
    • Spotted with tiny tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of smooth hairs, which are generally deciduous.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are often deciduous.
    • (of flowers) having tufts of smooth woolly hairs
    • (of plants) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • Having tufts of smooth hairs, which can be deciduous.
    • (of flowers) having tufts of smooth woolly hairs
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft locks, since the fruits of quince.
    • Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
    • noticed with tiny tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are often deciduous.
    • (of flowers) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft locks, given that fruits of quince.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • noticed with small tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are often deciduous.
    • (of flowers) having tufts of smooth woolly hairs
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft hair, because the fresh fruits of quince.
    • Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft tresses, since the fresh fruits of quince.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • noticed with tiny tufts like wool.
    • Spotted with small tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are generally deciduous.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which can be deciduous.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of smooth locks, since the fresh fruits of quince.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • Spotted with little tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of smooth hairs, which can be deciduous.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of soft locks, as the fruits of quince.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • Spotted with little tufts like wool.
    • (of plants) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • (of plants) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • (of flowers) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are generally deciduous.
    • (of flowers) having tufts of soft woolly hairs
    • Botany Covered with tufts of smooth tresses, as the fresh fruits of quince.
    • Covered or developing in wooly tufts.
    • Spotted with small tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of smooth hairs, which can be deciduous.
    • Botany Covered with tufts of smooth hair, whilst the fruits of quince.
    • Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
    • (of plants) having tufts of smooth woolly hairs
    • Spotted with small tufts like wool.
    • Having tufts of soft hairs, which are generally deciduous.
    • (of plants) having tufts of smooth woolly hairs
  • others:
    • Woolly; especially, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • Woolly; specifically, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, just like flocculent, 3.
    • In ornithology, same as flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; particularly, in botany, made up of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, same as flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; especially, in botany, made up of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, identical to flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; particularly, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, same as flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; especially, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • Woolly; specifically, in botany, made up of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, same as flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; specifically, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, identical to flocculent, 3.
    • In ornithology, just like flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; specifically, in botany, consists of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, just like flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; especially, in botany, made up of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, identical to flocculent, 3.
    • Woolly; specifically, in botany, composed of or bearing flocci.
    • In ornithology, identical to flocculent, 3.
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