What is another word for fenusa?
[ fˈɛnjuːsə], [ fˈɛnjuːsə], [ f_ˈɛ_n_j_uː_s_ə]
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Synonyms for Fenusa:
n.• animal (noun)
How to use "Fenusa" in context?
Fenusa is a South American genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae. The genus is named for Fenusia, an ancient greek nymph who was changed into a vesper bat by Zeus. The species are shrubs or small trees typically growing to 3-5 m tall, but some reaching 10 m. The leaves are alternate, non-serrate, simple, 10-25 cm long, and sparsely covered in short hairs. The inflorescences are spindle-shaped, terminal, and .
Homophones for Fenusa:
- funk, famish, fungi, funka, fink, finance, finocchio, fivepence, fewness, fineness, fiance, feminize, fang, finesse, famous, foaming, faunus, funky, finis, faience, fungous, finnic, fungus, foaminess, fennic, faineance, Funnies, fungia, finances, finch, funniness, fomes, finicky, fawning, fence, funny house, feng shui, funkaceae, finnish, finish, feminineness, fumes, fibbing, fiancee, feminise, fancy.
Holonyms for Fenusa:
tenthredinidae, Family Tenthredinidae.
Hyponym for Fenusa:
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