Definition of Budded
1. Verb. (past of bud) ¹
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Definition of Budded
1. bud [v] - See also: bud
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Budded
budded (current term)
budding and appendaged bacteria
Literary usage of Budded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1922)
"budded Roses," in the 1920 Annual, and to Dr. Van Fleet's "Stocks for Rose ... THE discussion on the better of the two methods, budded or own-root roses, ..."
2. How to Study the Bible: The Second Coming and Other Expositions by Isaac Massey Haldeman (1904)
"On the morrow it was found that Aaron's rod had so blossomed and budded and brought forth almonds. Now, this testified not only ..."
3. Florida Fruits and how Raise Them by Helen Garnie Warner (1886)
"budded TREES OR SEEDLINGS? The former most emphatically. Time was, and that only a few years ago too, when the majority of growers favored the seedling tree ..."
4. The Horticultural review and botanical magazine (1851)
"With regard to my budded trees, I had some of the most delicious and fine peaches you ... See for instance, what small petals or blossom leaves the budded ..."
5. Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening by Robert Morris Copeland (1859)
"Plough through the rows, and tie up to stakes all that are bent by snow and wind. Cut back to bud or graft all budded or grafted trees and plants. ..."
6. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1896)
"Gallery made by larvae in nursery tree; я) point at which stock was budded, just above the surface: b> the down burrow, turning just above root system and ..."
7. The Æneid of Virgil by Virgil (1910)
"As in the wintry woodland bare and chill, Fresh-budded shines the clinging mistletoe, Whose seed is never from the parent tree O'er whose round limbs its ..."