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acanaceous (not comparable)

  1. (very rare) Bearing prickles or thistles; prickly.
    • 1921, William Dudley Pelley, The Fog: A Novel, page 276:
      But in addition, Johnathan, as the mocked parent, intended to see that the bed was as hard, knotty and acanaceous as the father knew how to make it.