foliaged foliaged


  • (adj) bearing numerous leaves



  1. British soldiers during the Crimean War gained a fearsome respect for their fearsomely foliaged Turkish allies, and many of those who survived proudly bore a bristle back home.
  2. In the autumn-foliaged town of Tyngsboro, Mass.
  3. And as for my mind and spiritthis book, for example, all my booksI toss them out like so much transient tree-blossom and foliaged leaves, on to the winds of time.


  • Botanic Garden Bids Farewell to Iconic Bamboo

    The San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas will say goodbye to an old foliaged friend Friday that has literally grown up at the garden over the past three decades. Photo Credit: San Diego Botanic Garden
    on June 28, 2013     Source: NBC San Diego

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