Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to or affected by hydrotropism.
  • In phytogeography, governed by conditions which change from dry to wet: said of a succession of vegetations.
  • In psychology, interested in water; tending to hydropsychoses.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Bot.) Turning or bending towards moisture, as roots.

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  • adjective exhibiting hydrotropism

Etymologies

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hydro- + -tropic

Examples

  • The third was a tall, reedy character who looked something like a hydrotropic walking stick but really resembled no insect Jon-Tom had ever seen before on this world or his own.

    The Moment of the Magician

  • The third was a tall, reedy character who looked something like a hydrotropic walking stick but really resembled no insect Jon-Tom had ever seen before on this world or his own.

    The Moment of the Magician

  • The third was a tall, reedy character who looked something like a hydrotropic walking stick but really resembled no insect Jon-Tom had ever seen before on this world or his own.

    The Moment Of The Magician

  • The third was a tall, reedy character who looked something like a hydrotropic walking stick but really resembled no insect Jon-Tom had ever seen before on this world or his own.

    The Moment Of The Magician

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