adjective con·fert·ed \kənˈfərtə̇d\

Definition of conferted

of plant parts

  1. :  closely crowded together the conferted gills of some mushrooms

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Origin and Etymology of conferted

Latin confertus (past participle of confercire to press or cram together, from com- + -fercire, from farcire to stuff) + -ed — more at farce

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