ambrosiaceous

adjective
am·bro·si·a·ceous

Definition of ambrosiaceous 

: of or relating to Ambrosiaceae

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First Known Use of ambrosiaceous

circa 1853, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ambrosiaceous

New Latin Ambrosiaceae + English -ous

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