from The Century Dictionary.
- In bot.: Having a cirrus or tendril: specifically applied to a leaf tipped with a tendril, or, in mosses, with a very narrow or hair-like sinuous point.
- Resembling tendrils, or coiling like them.
- In ornithology, having the head tufted with slender, usually curly, plumes.
- In entomology, bearing one or more slender bunches of curved or curled hairs, as the antennæ of certain longicorn beetles.
- Also written cirrous, cirrhose, cirrhous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Bearing a tendril or tendrils.
- adjective Resembling a tendril or cirrus.
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