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Word: variegated

Definition: (esp. of a flower or leaf) many-colored


Sentences Containing 'variegated'

A variegated plant sold under the name "J. procumbens" 'Variegata' is actually a cultivar of "J. chinensis" misnamed.
I have already spoken of the great palaces dotted about among the variegated greenery, some in ruins and some still occupied.
In some parts of Scotland, a few poor people make a trade of gathering, along the sea-shore, those little variegated stones commonly known by the name of Scotch pebbles.
Life itself is at least as old as on Earth but more variegated; instead of ultraviolet radiation and impact events the more labile nature of the biomolecules (which contain several amino acids unknown on Earth) has acted as the driver of early evolution.
One should note the site, size, shape, consistency, presence of a capsule and appearance on cut section whether well circumscribed or diffusely infiltrating, homogeneous or variegated, cystic, necrotic, hemorrhagic areas, as well as papillary projections.
The diseased plants had variegated leaves that were mottled.
They grew scattered, as if wild, among the variegated shrubs, but, as I say, I did not examine them closely at this time.
This is a small, brown variegated neotropical nightjar, 22.5 cm in length.
This noble entrance, however, in spite of its striking appearance and the graceful effect of the geraniums planted in the two vases, as they waved their variegated leaves in the wind and charmed the eye with their scarlet bloom, had fallen into utter disuse.
This phenomenon of babbling being influenced by the language being acquired has been called babbling drift. 10-14 months: Nonreduplicated babbling (or variegated babbling).
Today, artisans weave complicated or variegated versions of the traditional Ojo de Dios, selling them as decorations or religious objects.
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