Definitions for xerophilouszɪˈrɒf ə ləs
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Being able to thrive in dry weather.
The cactus is very xerophilous.
Origin: From the Greek ξηρός + φίλος
drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of moisture
Origin: [Gr. xhro`s dry + to love.]
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