res|e|da|ceous


res|e|da|ceous
res|e|da|ceous «REHS uh DAY shuhs», adjective.
belonging to a family of dicotyledonous, largely Mediterranean plants typified by the mignonette.
[< New Latin Resedaceae the reseda family (< Latin resēda) + English -ous]

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