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introrse

adjective in·trorse \ˈin-ˌtrrs\

Definition of INTRORSE

:  facing inward or toward the axis of growth <an introrse anther>

Origin of INTRORSE

Latin introrsus, adverb, inward, from intro- + versus toward, from past participle of vertere to turn — more at worth
First Known Use: 1842

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