ebracteate

adjective \(ˈ)ē+\
variants: less commonly

ebracteated

\-ktēˌātə̇d\

Definition of ebracteate

  1. :  being without bracts

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Origin and Etymology of ebracteate

ebracteate from New Latin ebracteatus, from e- + bracteatus bracteate; ebracteated from New Latin ebracteatus + English -ed


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