drought-tolerant

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drought-tolerant (comparative more drought-tolerant, superlative most drought-tolerant)

  1. Able to survive long periods of time without rain.
    • 2003, Howard Garrett, Dear Dirt Doctor: Questions Answered the Natural Way , University of Texas Press, page 109 [1]
      Some of the best drought-tolerant trees are bur oak, Texas red oak, Texas ash, cedar elm, Eve's necklace, chinkapin oak, and Lacey oak.

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