- adj. of plants that flourish in a rocky environment
“You have to see what ensues when these two rock-loving funny men decide to face off.”
“I dragged my classic rock-loving friends over to watch it; they claimed indifference, though to this day I still think they were faking it.”
“Growing up in Los Angeles, he struggles to find his place as a middle-class, hard rock-loving, African-American teenager.”
“Since we don't have a classical music station, I put Zeta on my radio preset and turned that on when I had rock-loving people in the car or when the other radio stations had commercials on, which happened enough that I actually spent more time listening to Zeta than most of you would believe.”
“I didn't mean to sound critical; I have some minerals at the house which I got from a German museum through that outfit, when I was on my rock-loving bug years ago.”
“This delicate rock-loving fern is found in the clefts of dry limestone rocks in Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and southwestward.”
“Like many other rock-loving species, it produces spores in abundance, having no other effective means of spreading, and its fertile fronds are much more numerous than the sterile ones, and begin to fruit when very small.”
“The rusty Woodsia is decidedly a rock-loving fern, and often grows on high cliffs exposed to the sun; its rootstock and fronds are covered with silver-white, hair-like scales, especially underneath.”
“Some of the rock-loving ferns in dry places are known as "resurrection" ferns, reviving after their leaves have turned sere and brown.”
“Mostly small, rock-loving plants, usually rather chaffy, at least at the base, and growing in tufts.”
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