[ mˈi͡əndɹə], [ mˈiəndɹə], [ m_ˈiə_n_d_ɹ_ə]
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How to use "Maeandra" in context?
Maeandra is a unique, one-of-a-kind plant that can grow up to six feet tall. The red maeandra is a national symbol of Madagascar. It grows in the Androy region near the east coast and is easily recognizable due to its bright red flowers. The maeandra is an endangered plant and is threatened by habitat loss and over-exploitation. It is a critical component of the Androy rainforest and is an important part of the local culture.
Homophones for Maeandra:
- mantra, mandatary, mandara, man-eater, matador, motor, Mediatory, meteor, metatheria, momentary, minder, Mata Hari, monandry, monetary, mature, mother, mounter, midair, monitory, minatory, minter, mudder, metier, meander, monterey, medawar, manumitter, mandator, mentor, maunder, mandatory, mid-water, mitre, mindoro, m-theory, matter, motor area, madder, maitreya, mediator, mutterer, miter, many another, metre, motorway, madeira, manta ray, mater, meadow rue, monitor, menander, metro, meter, monterrey, miniature, manometer, minotaur, mudra, mutter, Mammee Tree, mender, meeter, mitra, mithra.
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