abjunction

noun
ab·​junc·​tion | \ (ˈ)ab¦jəŋ(k)shən\
plural -s

Definition of abjunction

botany

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First Known Use of abjunction

1887, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for abjunction

ab- entry 1 + junction

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