What is another word for lecythidaceae?
[ lˈɛsɪθˌɪde͡ɪsˌiː], [ lˈɛsɪθˌɪdeɪsˌiː], [ l_ˈɛ_s_ɪ_θ_ˌɪ_d_eɪ_s_ˌiː]
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Synonyms for Lecythidaceae:
n.• Family Lecythidaceae (noun)
How to use "Lecythidaceae" in context?
The lecythidaceae are a relatively recent family of plants, comprising just over one hundred and fifty species of low shrubs and trees. They are found in temperate and tropical regions of the world and are best known for their small, delicate flowers, which are typically light purple, blue, or white. Some of the more well-known species in this family include the Chilean Blue () and Dyer's Blue (), both of which are popular ornamental plants. The family is also home to a number of interesting trees and shrubs, including the Brazilian Aconitum (), the Philippine Hibiscus (), and the Jamaican Rosewood ().
Homophones for Lecythidaceae:
- lighthouse, lake duck, low status, lockstitch, liquidize, lactase, loco disease, lactic, light show, lost cause, last-ditch, leukocytosis, Louis The Wideawake, leastways, lactuca, lastex, leucocytosis, logistics, light touch, logistic, liquidise, loxostege, leastwise, lactose.
Holonyms for Lecythidaceae:
thymelaeales, myrtales, Order Thymelaeales, Order Myrtales.
Hyponym for Lecythidaceae:
magnoliopsid family, dicot family.
Meronym for Lecythidaceae:
grias, bertholletia, Genus Grias, Genus Bertholletia.
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