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  • adjective Resembling a maple tree or some aspect of one.

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  • adjective resembling maple


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maple +‎ -like


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  • The leaves are maplelike, but as much as 12 inches across, and the plants rise to seven feet or more on stems that are at least an inch thick.

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  • While the maplelike foliage influenced its common name, flowering maple, the blooms have led some to call it Chinese lantern. Chronicle

  • Glausidium palmatum displays its large, silky lilac-pink flowers, measuring up to three inches across, above large, veined, and crinkled maplelike leaves.

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