wilts, 3rd person singular present; wilted, past participle; wilting, present participle; wilted, past tense;
(of a plant, leaf, or flower) Become limp through heat, loss of water, or disease; droop
(of a person) Lose one's energy or vigor
Any of a number of fungal or bacterial diseases of plants characterized by wilting of the foliage
any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling; usually caused by parasites attacking the roots
lose strength; "My opponent was wilting"
causing to become limp or drooping
become limp; "The flowers wilted"
(wilted) limp: not firm; "wilted lettuce"
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Wilting refers to the loss of rigidity of non-woody parts of plants. This occurs when the turgor pressure in non-lignified plant cells falls towards zero, as a result of diminished water in the cells. ...
The act of wilting or the state of being wilted; Any of various plant diseases characterized by wilting; To droop or become limp and flaccid (as a dying leaf or flower); To fatigue; to lose strength; To cause to droop or become limp and flaccid (as a flower); To cause to fatigue; to exhaust
(wilted) Drooping, typically due to lack of water
(Wilted) In a recipe for my upcoming cookbook, I used the direction "Roast the eggplant until it's pooped." "Correct verb use?" the copyeditor queried. "Stet (editor-speak for let it be)," I replied.
(wilting) The drooping of leaves and stems as a result of plant cells becoming flaccid.
(Wilting) The collapse of the leaf or stem of a plant due to the loss of water or disease.
(Wilts) Any of a number of bacterial or fungal diseases, usually incurable and fatal, that cause leaves to wilt, turn yellow or brown, wither, and die.
To apply heat so as to cause dehydration and a droopy appearance.
Lack of freshness and turgor and drooping of leaves from lack of water; a vascular disease that interrupts the plant's normal uptake and distribution of water.
Drying out, loss of colour and shape of leaves, then twigs and branches, caused by a lack of water or the presence of toxins.
a plant disease, caused by species of Verticillium and Fusarium (Hyphomycetes), characterized by loss of turgidity and collapse of leaves.
to become flaccid and droop; sometimes a symptom of insect damage or disease, usually evidence of poor water translocation
to droop or shrivel through lack of water, too much heat, or disease, or make a plant droop or shrivel.
a loss of cellular turgidity that causes a plant to droop, usually as a result of water loss or disease