deciduous

What is the difference between deciduousness and deciduous?

deciduousness | deciduous | Derived terms |

Deciduousness is a derived term of deciduous.


As a noun deciduousness

is the state or condition of being deciduous; the quality of trees which lose their leaves in winter or the dry season.

As a adjective deciduous is

(biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

What is the difference between deciduously and deciduous?

deciduously | deciduous | Derived terms |

Deciduously is a derived term of deciduous.

What is the difference between deciduosity and deciduous?

deciduosity | deciduous | Derived terms |

Deciduosity is a derived term of deciduous.


As a noun deciduosity

is the state or condition of being deciduous; the quality of trees which lose their leaves in winter or the dry season.

As a adjective deciduous is

(biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

What is the difference between evergreen and deciduous?

evergreen | deciduous | Antonyms |

Deciduous is an antonym of evergreen.

Evergreen is an antonym of deciduous.


As adjectives the difference between evergreen and deciduous

is that evergreen is of plants, especially trees, that do not shed their leaves seasonally while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

As a noun evergreen

is a tree or shrub that does not shed its leaves or needles seasonally.

As a verb evergreen

is (patents|pharmaceuticals) to extend the term of a patent beyond the normal legal limit, usually through repeated small modifications.

What is the difference between permanent and deciduous?

permanent | deciduous | Antonyms |

Permanent is an antonym of deciduous.


As adjectives the difference between permanent and deciduous

is that permanent is without end, eternal while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

As a noun permanent

is a chemical hair treatment imparting or removing curliness, whose effects typically last for a period of weeks; a perm.

What is the difference between persistent and deciduous?

persistent | deciduous | Antonyms |

Persistent is an antonym of deciduous.


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between persistent and deciduous

is that persistent is (botany) lasting past maturity without falling off while deciduous is (botany) of or pertaining to trees which lose their leaves in winter or the dry season.

As adjectives the difference between persistent and deciduous

is that persistent is obstinately refusing to give up or let go while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

What is the difference between ephemeral and deciduous?

ephemeral | deciduous |


In context|biology|lang=en terms the difference between ephemeral and deciduous

is that ephemeral is (biology) existing for only one day, as with some flowers, insects, and diseases while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

As adjectives the difference between ephemeral and deciduous

is that ephemeral is lasting for a short period of time while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

As a noun ephemeral

is something which lasts for a short period of time.

What is the difference between winter and deciduous?

winter | deciduous |


As a noun winter

is traditionally the fourth of the four seasons, typically regarded as being from december 23 to march 20 in continental regions of the northern hemisphere or the months of june, july and august in the southern hemisphere it is the time when the sun is lowest in the sky, resulting in short days, and the time of year with the lowest atmospheric temperatures for the region.

As a verb winter

is to spend the winter (in a particular place).

As a adjective deciduous is

(biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

What is the difference between transitory and deciduous?

transitory | deciduous |


As adjectives the difference between transitory and deciduous

is that transitory is lasting only a short time; temporary while deciduous is (biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

What is the difference between tree and deciduous?

tree | deciduous |


As a noun tree

is a large plant, not exactly defined, but typically over four meters in height, a single trunk which grows in girth with age and branches (which also grow in circumference with age).

As a verb tree

is to chase (an animal or person) up a tree.

As a adjective deciduous is

(biology) describing a part that falls off, or is shed, at a particular time or stage of development.

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