Ligneous

Lig"ne*ous

(lg"n*s), a. [L. ligneus, fr. lignum wood. Cf. Lignous.] Made of wood; consisting of wood; of the nature of, or resembling, wood; woody.
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It should be tried with shoots of vines and roots of red roses; for it may be they, being of a moreligneous nature, will incorporate with the tree itself.
Bacon.
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Ligneous marble, wood coated or prepared so as to resemble marble.
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