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- adv. In a pinnate fashion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a pinnate manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So as to be pinnate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. having a pinnate shape
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I know a Mimosa tree because of its pretty pink flowers and bi-pinnately compound leaves.
It's pink, fluffy flowers just seemed to lie atop the bi-pinnately compound leaves in the canopy.
Long, pinnately compound, often on stout branches.
Leaves are pinnately trifoliate, smooth above and lightly pubescent below.
They are pinnately trifoliate and the terminal leaflet is often the largest.
Leaves are pinnately compound with 7 to 17 leaflets.
Leaves are alternate, pinnately compound and 6 to 22 cm long.
The potato is a herbaceous, freely branching dicotyledonous perennial, usually between 30 and 100 cm tall, with alternate, pinnately compound leaves, made up of three or four pairs of oval leaflets and a terminal leaflet.
The stems may be simple or branched, in the large types reaching as much as I m in height; the basal leaves are long, often pinnately lobed and coarsely toothed, but sometimes are not serrated, while the cauline leaves are simple and linear.
Pinnules pinnately cleft, the oblong lobes spinulose-toothed at the apex.