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Adjective hygrophytic has 1 sense
  1. hygrophytic - requiring an abundance of moisture; "some tropical ferns are hygrophytic"
    mesic (indirect, via xeric, hydric)
    Antonym: xeric (indirect, via hydric, mesic)

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Term: Hygrophytic

Part of Speech: Adjective

Sense 1: Related to or characterized by the ability to thrive and grow in moist conditions.

Example sentence: The hygrophytic ferns in the tropical rainforest rely on the humid environment for their survival.

Sense 2: Of or pertaining to plants that are adapted to live in wet or damp habitats.

Example sentence: The hygrophytic vegetation covers the marshland, demonstrating their ability to tolerate the constant moisture.

Part of Speech: Noun

Sense 1: An organism, typically a plant, that thrives in moist or damp environments.

Example sentence: Water lilies and mosses are hygrophytics that flourish in the presence of water.

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