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- adj. Resembling a fern.
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- adj. resembling ferns especially in leaf shape.
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- adj. resembling ferns especially in leaf shape
The girls caught up to Kai, who had paused under a tree with branches that stretched out like arms draped with fernlike leaves and bright red flowers.
Chervil is a light green, lacey, fernlike leaf of Annthriscus cerefolium, a lowgrowing member of the parsley family.
Hi Nancy, I think the orange, yellow, reddish cosmos are all called C. sulphureus, the leaf is less fernlike than the tall purple/white group.
When all goes well, the delicate white swirls form a heart or a fernlike leaf called a "rosetta."
These are reddish, fernlike patterns that may persist for hours or days on survivors.
Wollemi pines have unusual knobby-textured bark and waxy, fernlike leaves.
Its dense purple color is followed by a big, spicy nose of black currant liqueur, licorice, and foresty/fernlike scents.
Within them flowers and groves of laced, fernlike trees, pillared pavilions nestled.
The creatures that were staring at them from the fernlike undergrowth were sinuous, reptilian and gray.
Every morning the ground was coated with a thick cover of hoarfrost, and the windows bore delicate, fernlike traceries of frost on the inside.
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