plant life

noun
(botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
Syn: ↑plant, ↑flora
Derivationally related forms: ↑floral (for: ↑flora), ↑plantal (for: ↑plant), ↑plantlet (for: ↑plant), ↑plant (for: ↑plant)
Topics: ↑botany, ↑phytology
Members of this Topic:
acid-loving, ↑alkaline-loving, ↑apocarpous, ↑syncarpous, ↑sedgy, ↑floccose, ↑hispid, ↑pappose, ↑carnivorous, ↑saprophytic, ↑insectivorous, ↑etiolate, ↑etiolated, ↑blanched, ↑tender, ↑dicotyledonous, ↑monocotyledonous, ↑evergreen, ↑deciduous, ↑campylotropous, ↑orthotropous, ↑anatropous, ↑inverted, ↑amphitropous, ↑epiphytotic, ↑amentiferous, ↑amentaceous, ↑half-hardy, ↑gregarious, ↑clustered, ↑ungregarious, ↑caespitose, ↑cespitose, ↑tufted, ↑leggy, ↑tall-growing, ↑endangered, ↑threatened, ↑phytotherapy, ↑herbal therapy, ↑botanical medicine, ↑microorganism, ↑micro-organism, ↑parasite, ↑coca, ↑fugacity, ↑fugaciousness, ↑circulation, ↑vegetation, ↑flora, ↑botany, ↑squamule, ↑nitrification, ↑perennation, ↑photosynthesis, ↑alder blight, ↑peroxidase, ↑tenderizer, ↑tenderiser, ↑propagate, ↑bruise, ↑domesticate, ↑cultivate, ↑naturalize, ↑naturalise, ↑tame, ↑accrete, ↑girdle, ↑deaden
Hypernyms: ↑organism, ↑being
Hyponyms:
Member Holonyms: ↑Plantae, ↑kingdom Plantae, ↑plant kingdom
Part Meronyms: ↑hood, ↑cap, ↑plant part, ↑plant structure

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noun
2. : the mode of life of plants

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