subereous

adjective su·be·re·ous \(ˈ)sü¦birēəs\
variants: or

suberic

\-berik\

Definition of subereous

  1. :  of, relating to, or derived from cork :  suberose

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Origin and Etymology of subereous

subereous from Latin subereus, from suber + -eus -eous; suberic from Latin suber + English -ic


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