net-veined

[net-veynd]
adjective Botany.
having branched veins that form a network, as the leaves of most dicotyledonous plants.
Compare parallel-veined.


Origin:
1860–65

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Wild garlic's bulbs have a thin membranous outer coating while wild onion's bulbs have a fibrous, net-veined coating.
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