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Of the nature of a rhizome; having or characterized by the possession of a rhizome; of or relating to a rhizome or rhizomes.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. From scientific Latin rhizomatosus from rhizomat-, rhizoma + classical Latin -ōsus.
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