Definition of Carnose

1. a. Of or pertaining to flesh; fleshy.



Definition of Carnose

1. Adjective. fleshy ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Carnose

1. fleshy [adj] - See also: fleshy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carnose

carnivorans
carnivore
carnivores
carnivories
carnivorism
carnivorous
carnivorous bat
carnivorous plant
carnivorously
carnivorousness
carnivory
carnivourous
carnography
carnosaur
carnosaurs
carnose (current term)
carnosinase
carnosine
carnosine synthetase
carnosities
carnosity
carnot efficiency
carnotite
carnotites
carnous
carns
carny
carnying
carnyx

Literary usage of Carnose

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1. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1846)
"Fronds carnose, 3-4 lines long. On the surface the hexagonal cells of the frond are eminent. Capsules single, or at most two together, bearing black ..."

2. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"carnose (rare), car- nous (rare), ... pliability, S. Referring to roots: carnose (rare), pulp- ous (rare), ..."

3. Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1836)
"Plants carnose, cylindrical, simple or branched. Seedbed smooth, occupying almost the whole surface, confluent with stipes. CALOCERA. ..."

4. A Sketch of the Botany of South-Carolina and Georgia by Stephen Elliott (1824)
"E. lanceolate, the upper ovate, all carnose, rigid, glabrous, ... Leaves long, linear-lanceolate, acute, somewhat carnose, very smooth but scabrous along ..."

5. Journal of Mycology by William Ashbrook Kellerman, Job Bicknell Ellis, Benjamin Matlack Everhart, United States Dept. of Agriculture. Section of Vegetable Pathology (1902)
"Ascomata scattered or gregarious, sessile of soft carnose substance, convex and amber color when young and fresh. concave and nearly black when dry, ..."

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