from The Century Dictionary.
- Having foliage; covered or decorated with foliage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Furnished with foliage; leaved.
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- adjective Having
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- adjective bearing numerous leaves
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Their words and drawings were created by the same husband-and-wife team, and they were both inspired by where the couple lives: a steep, windy, densely foliaged neighborhood across from a dark forest of ivy-covered trees filled with coyotes and owls.
Another native grass that isn't very familiar to gardeners is little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), a blue foliaged plant with beautiful fall color.
Last year I admired the gold foliaged pineapple sage, Salvia elegans possibly S.
He has been saving a potted cutting of this very fragrant foliaged plant for months and it finally made its way home after our beach trip.
All was empty of sound — no footsteps, and no wheels — empty, foliaged, broad, the grey river coming to colour as the sun trembled to the horizon.
The storm bellowed and blazed outside, the rain strummed richly on the patio roof which the lightning illumined, and as we descended that stately stair, with its walls ramped and foliaged over with heraldic fauna and flora, I felt as never before the disadvantage of not being still fourteen years old.
It reminds me of Genoa, but that most of its streets are so steep as to be impassable for wheeled vehicles, and some of them are merely grand flights of stairs, arched over by dense foliaged trees, so as to look like some tropical, colored, deep colonnades.
The paths often passed through these rocky clefts, which in the depths of the forest were gloomy and dark in the extreme, and often full of fine-leaved herbaceous plants and curious blue-foliaged Lycopodiaceae.
Each ridge had its knot of jungle or its thin combing of heavily foliaged trees, until we arrived close to
In the full blaze, feather-foliaged trees crowned with gigantic red blossoms offered as a sacrifice fruit which blushed before the insistent gaze of the sun; while beneath this gay canopy vine and creeper and pliant shrub wove an undergarment which screened the moist earth and created a realm of subdued light in which all the flowers were pale of tint and tremulously fragile, though of almost forbidding magnitude of form.