tomentose

adjective
to·men·tose | \ tō-ˈmen-ˌtōs , ˈtō-mən- \

Definition of tomentose 

: covered with densely matted woolly hairs a tomentose leaf

First Known Use of tomentose

1698, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tomentose

New Latin tomentosus, from tomentum

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