Ar*bo"re*ous (#), a. [L. arboreous, fr. arbor tree.]

1.

Having the form, constitution, or habits, of a proper tree, in distinction from a shrub.

Loudon.

2.

Pertaining to, or growing on, trees; as, arboreous moss.

Quincy.

 

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