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Definition of Acer

  • type genus of the Aceraceae; trees or shrubs having winged fruit.
  • type genus of the Aceraceae; trees or shrubs having winged fruit

How to use acer in a sentence. Acer pronunciation.

The farmers use, almost exclusively, the sugar of the maple (_acer saccharinum_) which they manufacture themselves.
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Acer trilobatum, normal form; Heer, Flora Tert.
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Although in no one region of the globe do so many maples now flourish, we need not suspect Professor Heer of having made too many species in this genus when we consider the manner in which he has dealt with one of them, Acer trilobatum, Figures 139 and 140.
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The common form, called Acer trilobatum, Figure 139, may be taken as a normal representative of the Oeningen fossil, and Figure 140, as one of the most divergent varieties, having almost four lobes in the leaf instead of three.
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Ruinart) calls him, acer consilio et strenuus in bello: but his courage, when he became unfortunate, was censured as desperate rashness; and Sebastian deserved, or obtained, the epithet of proeceps, (Sidon.
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The very heroes show their authors; Achilles is hot, impatient, revengeful, _Impiger, iracundus, inexorabilis, acer,_ &c. Aeneas patient, considerate, careful of his people, and merciful to his enemies; ever submissive to the will of heaven, _quo fata trahunt, retrahuntque, sequamur_. I could please myself with enlarging on this subject, but am forced to defer it to a fitter time.
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Sertorius, vir acer egregiusque dux, et utendi et regendi exercitus peritus fuit.
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Examples of Acer

Example #1
The space in which a number of these trees are found, they call a "sugar camp.
Example #2
Now when we summed up the consequent loss of labour incident to ill health, the balance of profit seemed to be greatly against bottom land, and much in favour of the healthful prairies.
Example #3
Other specimens have been obtained with ripe fruits accompanied by leaves, which resemble those of the tamarind, to which it was evidently allied, being of the family Caesalpineae, now proper to warmer regions.
Example #4
Entire twigs have been found with flowers, and always without leaves, as the flowers evidently came out, as in the poplar and willow tribe, before any leaves made their appearance.
Example #5
Of this plant the number of marked varieties figured and named is very great, and no less than three of them had been considered as distinct species by other botanists, while six of the others might have laid claim, with nearly equal propriety, to a like distinction.
Example #6
Thus there are nineteen species of maple, ten of which have already been found with fruit.