fron|des|cence «fron DEHS uhns», noun.
1. the process or period of coming into leaf.

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  • cence — acau·les·cence; ac·cres·cence; ac·qui·es·cence; ad·ja·cence; ad·o·les·cence; ad·u·la·res·cence; al·ka·les·cence; an·o·do·lu·mi·nes·cence; ar·bo·res·cence; be·nef·i·cence; cal·o·res·cence; can·des·cence; cath·o·do·flu·o·res·cence;… …   English syllables

  • fron — af·fron·té; con·fron·ta·tion; ef·fron·tery; fron·del·ite; fron·dent; fron·des·cence; fron·deur; fron·dif·er·ous; fron·dose; fron·ta·lis; fron·tal·i·ty; fron·tiers·man; fron·tis; fron·to·genesis; fron·to occipital; fron·to·parietal;… …   English syllables

  • frondescence — fron·des·cence …   English syllables

  • frondescent — fron·des·cent (frŏn dĕsʹənt) adj. Bearing, resembling, or having a profusion of leaves or fronds; leafy.   [Latin frondēscēns, frondēscent present participle of frondēscere, to become leafy inchoative of frondēre, to put forth leaves, from frōns …   Universalium

  • frondescence — fron•des•cence [[t]frɒnˈdɛs əns[/t]] n. 1) bot the process or period of putting forth leaves, as a tree, plant, or the like 2) bot leafage; foliage • Etymology: 1835–45; < NL frondēscentia, der. of L frondēscent s. of frondēscēns, prp. of… …   From formal English to slang

  • Frondescence — Fron*des cence, n. (Bot.) (a) The time at which each species of plants unfolds its leaves. (b) The act of bursting into leaf. Milne. Martyn. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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