somewhat hairy

50 examples (0.04 sec)
  • It has many soft, flat, somewhat hairy leaves which often have prominent ribs.
  • They are dark green above, and paler and somewhat hairy below.
  • These are often gray-green and somewhat hairy.
  • At places these are somewhat hairy and white.
  • They are somewhat hairy, especially on the outer surface.
  • The frontal part is somewhat hairy, while the rest of the case is bare.
  • The bark is gray-white, waxy, and somewhat hairy, especially when new.
  • It has somewhat hairy, heart-shaped leaves, often with purple venation.
  • He whose breast is somewhat hairy, is very luxurious, and serviceable to another. Cited from The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher, by Anonymous
  • The bottom of the leaves are somewhat hairy.
  • The upper surfaces may be somewhat hairy, as well.
  • The leaves are short, pointed, and somewhat hairy.
  • The fruit is a somewhat hairy legume pod up to long which turns dark as it ages.
  • The cup of the flower is somewhat hairy.
  • It is a somewhat hairy annual herb growing up to about 30 centimeters tall.
  • The erect, somewhat hairy, leafless stems each bear a single flower head about a centimeter wide.
  • Its upper surface is broadly convex to flat, dry, smooth to somewhat hairy, and usually has concentric zone lines.
  • It is a shrub to about 6 m in height with white flowers, round red somewhat hairy fruit, and often with red autumn leaves.
  • It is often somewhat hairy, especially near the base, but may be hairless and waxy in texture.
  • The fruit is covered in a sac called a perigynium which is somewhat hairy.
  • Next »