palustral

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Du latin palustris, issu de palūs (« marais »).

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Nature Forme
Positif palustral
Comparatif more palustral
Superlatif most palustral

palustral

  1. Palustre.
    • Telebasis salva is found in shallow waters containing palustral vegetation. (Robert Leslie Usinger, Aquatic Insects of California, p. 145, 1956)
    • The insects are scant, skinny.
      In these palustral homes we only
      Croak and wither.
      (Sylvia Plath, ‘Frog Autumn’, 1958)
    • Its archaic handsomeness, nemoral and chthonic, is the palustral involution of the vagina folded out and distended, cave become tower, as elegant a morphology as the spreading of the conifer leaf into oak and elm. (Guy Davenport, Tatlin!, 1974)

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