Definition of Nectaried

1. a. Having a nectary.



Definition of Nectaried

1. Adjective. Having a nectary. ¹

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Definition of Nectaried

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nectaried

necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
necrotomies
necrotomy
necrotroph
necrotrophic
necrotrophs
nectaplum
nectaplums
nectar
nectareal
nectarean
nectared
nectarel
nectareous
nectarial
nectaried (current term)
nectaries
nectariferous
nectariless
nectarine
nectarine tree
nectarines
nectarivorous
nectarize
nectarized
nectarizes
nectarizing
nectarless
nectarlike
nectarous

Literary usage of Nectaried

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Inductive Logic by John Grier Hibben (1896)
"By this process alone the average length of the nectary would annually increase, because the short- nectaried flowers being sterile, and the long ones ..."

2. The Reign of Law by George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1873)
"... the deepest-nectaried Orchids, and the longest-nosed Moths, would each confer on the other a great advantage in the " battle of life. ..."

3. Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays by Alfred Russel Wallace (1875)
"... the shorter nectaried flowers, which would have attracted and could have been fertilized by the smaller kinds of moths, would have had the advantage. ..."

4. The Journal of Science by Calcutta Asiatic Society (1867)
"... cases the shorter nectaried flowers which would have attracted and could have been fertilized by the smaller kinds of But this would lead hi time to ..."

5. The Works of the Duke of Argyll: Containing, The Reign of Law, The Unity of by George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1884)
"Consequently, the deepest-nectaried Orchids, and the longest- nosed Moths, would each confer on the other a great advantage in the " battle of life. ..."

6. Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical by Alfred Russel Wallace (1895)
"... the shorter nectaried flowers, which would have attracted and could have been fertilised by the smaller kinds of moths, would have had the advantage. ..."

7. Logic, Deductive and Inductive by John Grier Hibben (1905)
"Consequently the deepest-nectaried orchids and the longest-tongued moths would each confer on the other an advantage in the battle of life. ..."

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