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indehiscent

adjective in·de·his·cent \ˌin-di-ˈhi-sənt\

Definition of INDEHISCENT

:  remaining closed at maturity <indehiscent fruits>
in·de·his·cence \-sən(t)s\ noun

First Known Use of INDEHISCENT

1830

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