etiolate

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To make pale through lack of light, especially of a plant
To make a person pale and sickly-looking
{v} to blanch, bleach or whiten
Having a blanched or faded appearance, as birds inhabiting desert regions
To blanch; to bleach; to whiten by depriving of the sun's rays
make pale or sickly; "alcohol etiolates your skin" bleach and alter the natural development of (a green plant) by excluding sunlight make weak by stunting the growth or development of (especially of plants) developed without chlorophyll by being deprived of light; "etiolated celery
{f} whiten a plant by depriving it of sunlight; become pale and weakly (especially from sunlight deprivation)
To become pale through disease or absence of light
bleach and alter the natural development of (a green plant) by excluding sunlight make weak by stunting the growth or development of (especially of plants) developed without chlorophyll by being deprived of light; "etiolated celery
To become white or whiter; to be whitened or blanched by excluding the light of the sun, as, plants
To cause to grow pale by disease or absence of light
make pale or sickly; "alcohol etiolates your skin"
etiolated
Simple past tense and past participle of etiolate
etiolation
{n} a making or growing white
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Having a blanched or faded appearance, as birds inhabiting desert regions
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Blanched because of sunlight deprivation
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a pale and sickly appearance; "his etiolation signaled years in prison
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{i} process of whitening a plant by depriving it of sunlight
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The operation of blanching plants, by excluding the light of the sun; the condition of a blanched plant
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(botany) the act of causing a plant to develop without chlorophyll by growing it without exposure to sunlight; "the etiolation of celery" the act of weakening by stunting the growth or development of something; "the etiolation of the critical tradition" a pale and sickly appearance; "his etiolation signaled years in prison
etiolation
(botany) the act of causing a plant to develop without chlorophyll by growing it without exposure to sunlight; "the etiolation of celery"
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the act of weakening by stunting the growth or development of something; "the etiolation of the critical tradition"
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Growth process of plants grown in the absence of light, characterized by long, weak stems, fewer leaves and chlorosis
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Paleness produced by absence of light, or by disease
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    Etimoloji

    [ 'E-tE-&-"lAt ] (transitive verb.) 1791. French étioler, from Norman French étieuler, ultimately from Old French estuble (“stubble”), from Latin stupla, from stipula (“straw, stubble”).

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