accumbent

ADJECTIVE
  1. lying down; in a position of comfort or rest
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How To Use accumbent In A Sentence

  • Light blue to chartreuse, adaxially (upper leaf surface) glabrous or scarcely, with appressed hairs, abaxially (lower leaf surface) with densely accumbent, minimally spiky, silky hairs.
  • However, Chrysobraya differs from Lepidostemon in having cotyledons incumbent instead of accumbent and staminal filaments toothless and wingless instead of winged and toothed.
  • However, it has broadly expanded and sometimes minutely denticulate bases of the median staminal filaments, distinctly 2-lobed stigmas, accumbent cotyledons, white flowers with purplish petal claws, and strongly divided leaves.
  • Although the cotyledons were correctly illustrated as incumbent, they were described as accumbent.
  • The evolvement tendency of urban tourism should be generalized as a curve of accumbent " S ", which present a course makes up of low-grade development, high-speed development and balanced development.
  • Cotyledon arrangement (for examples see full document) is incumbent and sometimes oblique or accumbent and sometimes oblique.
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