Definition of stemmed
: having a stem —usually used in combination long-stemmed roses
Recent Examples of stemmed from the Web
Corkscrew aside, a stemmed glass is the only indispensable piece of equipment needed to enjoy the best a bottle has to offer, and the least expensive, easiest way to invest in better drinking is to buy a good set.
As the name suggests, Pho Le specializes in big bowls of pho ($7-$15; beef noodle soup) served with a side plate of crunchy bean sprouts, purple-stemmed basil, sliced jalapeño and lime wedges for spritzing the aromatic soup.
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First Known Use of stemmed
STEMMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stemmed for English Language Learners
: having a stem
STEMMED Defined for Kids
Definition of stemmed for Students
: having a stem long-stemmed roses
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