One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(chiefly of a plant or animal structure) having a stalk or main stem.‘stalked barnacles’in combination ‘a thick-stalked mushroom’
- ‘These long-stalked cherries are enclosed with kirsch in a chocolate covering.’
- ‘Glandular trichomes can be found as unicellular, multicellular, and stalked structures.’
- ‘Ambulatory relatives of the stalked sea lilies, feather stars use their arms to walk and to climb.’
- ‘The mantis shrimp's elongate, jointed carapace sports stalked eyes, the most complex in the animal kingdom.’
- ‘Pollen organs have been described as anything from a modified leaf bearing stalked pollen sacs to cone-like clusters.’
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