Definition of Melastome

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melastome

melaphyre
melaphyres
melarsoprol
melas syndrome
melasma
melasma gravidarum
melasma universale
melasmic
melastatin
melastatine
melastoma
melastomaceous
melastome (current term)
melatonin
melatonin deacetylase
melatonins
melatope
melba
melbas
meld
meldable
melded
melder
melders
melding
meldings
melds

Literary usage of Melastome

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1. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1916)
"Here the ground is covered with numerous small species, including Viola serpens, with a flower like our V. striata; a melastome, ..."

2. The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley: To which is Appended a by Timothy Flint (1833)
"... deep forests of oak, melastome, and cinchona. The unvarying nature of the climate in each belt, the want of an agreeable succession of the seasons, ..."

3. Michael Heilprin and His Sons: A Biography by Gustav Pollak (1912)
"Here and there the eye fell upon the returning fronds of the tree-fern and clumps of bamboo, on the melastome and broad-leaved heliconia; but they were ..."

4. Mont Pelée and the Tragedy of Martinique: A Study of the Great Catastrophes by Angelo Heilprin (1902)
"Here and there the eye fell upon the returning fronds of the tree-fern and clump: of bamboo, on the melastome and broad- leaved heliconia; but they were ..."

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