fruticulose vs shrubby what difference

what is difference between fruticulose and shrubby

English

Etymology

Diminutive from Latin fruticosus (bushy): compare French fruticuleux.

Adjective

fruticulose (comparative more fruticulose, superlative most fruticulose)

  1. (botany) Like, or pertaining to, a small shrub.
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Anagrams

  • luctiferous


English

Etymology

shrub +‎ -y

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈʃɹʌbi/

Adjective

shrubby (comparative shrubbier, superlative shrubbiest)

  1. Of or resembling a shrub; fruticose.
  2. Planted, or covered with shrubs.

Derived terms

  • shrubbiness

Anagrams

  • brush by

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