Definition of Stemmy

1. a. Abounding in stems, or mixed with stems; -- said of tea, dried currants, etc.



Definition of Stemmy

1. Adjective. Resembling, or characterised by, stems. ¹

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Definition of Stemmy

1. abounding in stems [adj -MIER, -MIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stemmy

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Literary usage of Stemmy

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1. The Rothamsted Memoirs on Agricultural Chemistry and Physiology by Rothamsted Experimental Station, John Bennet Lawes, Joseph Henry Gilbert (1893)
"The tendency to the Development of leafy or stemmy Produce, and the Order of Ripeness. As already explained, in the separations of 1858, the results of ..."

2. The Rothamsted Memoirs on Agricultural Science by Rothamsted Experimental Station, Joseph Henry Gilbert, John Bennet Lawes (1893)
"This produce contained a large proportion of non-Graminaceous herbage; a fair proportion was stemmy, but it was backward ; and with these characters there ..."

3. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"stemmy. Wake up, Aunt Daisy. Oh, the luncheon was gorgeous. All the girls were there and the matinee was heavenly. KEITH. What play? MILLICENT. ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1863)
"The crop was much more leafy than stemmy, very dark green, and late; it contained very little Leguminous herbage, though rather more than the produce by ..."

5. Forage Plants and Their Culture by Charles Vancouver Piper (1914)
"In very leafy plants, the proportion was 49 to 51; and in very stemmy individuals, 41 to 59. The subject has been further studied at the Utah Experiment ..."

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