Synsets for "alkaline-loving"

Synset: alkaline-loving.a.01

Synonyms: alkaline-loving

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: thriving in a relatively alkaline environment; (especially of plants requiring a pH above 7)

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Lemmas: alkaline-loving

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Antonyms: acid-loving

    

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