(comparative more corymbosely, superlative most corymbosely)
- In corymbs.
corymbose + -ly
Variant of corymb
a broad, flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the outer flower stalks are long and those toward the center progressively shorter, as in the candytuft
Origin of corymbFrench corymbe ; from Classical Latin corymbus, cluster of fruit or flowers ; from Classical Greek korymbos; akin to korys: see corydalis