[ ɐbɹˈʌptlipˈɪne͡ɪt], [ ɐbɹˈʌptlipˈɪneɪt], [ ɐ_b_ɹ_ˈʌ_p_t_l_i_p_ˈɪ_n_eɪ_t]
Related words: abruptly-pinnate leaves, abruptly-pinnate leaf, abruptly-pinnate plant, plant with abruptly-pinnate leaves
What are the hypernyms for Abruptly-pinnate?
Other hypernyms:leaflets, compound leaves, divided leaves, leaflet arrangement, pinnate arrangements, pinnate leaves.
The word "abruptly-pinnate" refers to a leaf with leaflets that are sharply and abruptly angled to each other. The antonyms for this word are "gradually" and "smoothly." Gradual pinnate describes the leaflets that gradually increase in size as they reach the leaf's tip. These leaves have a gentle slope that is consistent from the base to the tip of the leaf. Smoothly pinnate describes an even surface of the leaflets with no abrupt angles or changes in direction. This type of leaf structure has a smooth and flowing appearance, with each leaflet connected to one another by a sleek and curved stem.
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