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acaulescent

adjective acau·les·cent \ˌā-k-ˈle-sənt\

Definition of ACAULESCENT

:  having no stem or appearing to have none

Origin of ACAULESCENT

a- + Latin caulis stem — more at hole
First Known Use: 1854

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