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Attollent
Attollent At*tol"lent, a. [L. attollens, p. pr. of attollere; ad + tollere to lift.] Lifting up; raising; as, an attollent muscle. --Derham.
Bollen
Bollen Boll"en, a. See Boln, a.
Bollen
Boln Boln, Bollen Boll"en, a. Swollen; puffed out. Thin, and boln out like a sail. --B. Jonson.
Collenchyma
Collenchyma Col*len"chy*ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ko`lla glue + ? an infusion. Formed like parenchyma.] (Bot.) A tissue of vegetable cells which are thickend at the angles and (usually) elongated.
Equipollently
Equipollently E`qui*pol"lent*ly, adv. With equal power. --Barrow.
Pollen
Pollen Pol"len, n. [L. pollen fine flour, fine dust; cf. Gr. ?] 1. Fine bran or flour. [Obs.] --Bailey. 2. (Bot.) The fecundating dustlike cells of the anthers of flowers. See Flower, and Illust. of Filament. Pollen grain (Bot.), a particle or call of pollen. Pollen mass, a pollinium. --Gray. Pollen sac, a compartment of an anther containing pollen, -- usually there are four in each anther. Pollen tube, a slender tube which issues from the pollen grain on its contact with the stigma, which it penetrates, thus conveying, it is supposed, the fecundating matter of the grain to the ovule.
Pollen grain
Pollen Pol"len, n. [L. pollen fine flour, fine dust; cf. Gr. ?] 1. Fine bran or flour. [Obs.] --Bailey. 2. (Bot.) The fecundating dustlike cells of the anthers of flowers. See Flower, and Illust. of Filament. Pollen grain (Bot.), a particle or call of pollen. Pollen mass, a pollinium. --Gray. Pollen sac, a compartment of an anther containing pollen, -- usually there are four in each anther. Pollen tube, a slender tube which issues from the pollen grain on its contact with the stigma, which it penetrates, thus conveying, it is supposed, the fecundating matter of the grain to the ovule.
Pollen mass
Pollen Pol"len, n. [L. pollen fine flour, fine dust; cf. Gr. ?] 1. Fine bran or flour. [Obs.] --Bailey. 2. (Bot.) The fecundating dustlike cells of the anthers of flowers. See Flower, and Illust. of Filament. Pollen grain (Bot.), a particle or call of pollen. Pollen mass, a pollinium. --Gray. Pollen sac, a compartment of an anther containing pollen, -- usually there are four in each anther. Pollen tube, a slender tube which issues from the pollen grain on its contact with the stigma, which it penetrates, thus conveying, it is supposed, the fecundating matter of the grain to the ovule.
Pollen sac
Pollen Pol"len, n. [L. pollen fine flour, fine dust; cf. Gr. ?] 1. Fine bran or flour. [Obs.] --Bailey. 2. (Bot.) The fecundating dustlike cells of the anthers of flowers. See Flower, and Illust. of Filament. Pollen grain (Bot.), a particle or call of pollen. Pollen mass, a pollinium. --Gray. Pollen sac, a compartment of an anther containing pollen, -- usually there are four in each anther. Pollen tube, a slender tube which issues from the pollen grain on its contact with the stigma, which it penetrates, thus conveying, it is supposed, the fecundating matter of the grain to the ovule.
pollen tube
Spermatophyta Sper`ma*toph"y*ta, n. pl. [NL.; spermato- + Gr. ? plant.] (Bot.) A phylum embracing the highest plants, or those that produce seeds; the seed plants, or flowering plants. They form the most numerous group, including over 120,000 species. In general, the group is characterized by the marked development of the sporophyte, with great differentiation of its parts (root, stem, leaves, flowers, etc.); by the extreme reduction of the gametophyte; and by the development of seeds. All the Spermatophyta are heterosporous; fertilization of the egg cell is either through a pollen tube emitted by the microspore or (in a few gymnosperms) by spermatozoids. Note: The phrase ``flowering plants' is less distinctive than ``seed plants,' since the conifers, grasses, sedges, oaks, etc., do not produce flowers in the popular sense. For this reason the terms Anthrophyta, Ph[ae]nogamia, and Panerogamia have been superseded as names of the phylum by Spermatophyta.
Pollen tube
Pollen Pol"len, n. [L. pollen fine flour, fine dust; cf. Gr. ?] 1. Fine bran or flour. [Obs.] --Bailey. 2. (Bot.) The fecundating dustlike cells of the anthers of flowers. See Flower, and Illust. of Filament. Pollen grain (Bot.), a particle or call of pollen. Pollen mass, a pollinium. --Gray. Pollen sac, a compartment of an anther containing pollen, -- usually there are four in each anther. Pollen tube, a slender tube which issues from the pollen grain on its contact with the stigma, which it penetrates, thus conveying, it is supposed, the fecundating matter of the grain to the ovule.
Pollenarious
Pollenarious Pol`len*a"ri*ous, a. Consisting of meal or pollen.
Pollened
Pollened Pol"lened, a. Covered with pollen. --Tennyson.
Polleniferous
Polleniferous Pol`len*if"er*ous, a. [Pollen + -ferous.] (Bot.) Producing pollen; polliniferous.
Pollenize
Pollenize Pol"len*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pollenized; p. pr. & vb. n. Pollenizing.] To supply with pollen; to impregnate with pollen.
Pollenized
Pollenize Pol"len*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pollenized; p. pr. & vb. n. Pollenizing.] To supply with pollen; to impregnate with pollen.
Pollenizing
Pollenize Pol"len*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pollenized; p. pr. & vb. n. Pollenizing.] To supply with pollen; to impregnate with pollen.
Prepollence
Prepollence Pre*pol"lence, Prepollency Pre*pol"len*cy, n. [L. praepollentia.] The quality or state of being prepollent; superiority of power; predominance; prevalence. [R.] --Coventry.
Prepollency
Prepollence Pre*pol"lence, Prepollency Pre*pol"len*cy, n. [L. praepollentia.] The quality or state of being prepollent; superiority of power; predominance; prevalence. [R.] --Coventry.
Prepollent
Prepollent Pre*pol"lent, a. [L. praepollens, p. p. of praepollere to surpass in power; prae before + pollere to be powerful.] Having superior influence or power; prevailing; predominant. [R.] --Boyle.
Prepollent
Prepollent Pre*pol"lent, n.; pl. Prepollices. [NL. See Pre-, Pollex.] (Anat.) An extra first digit, or rudiment of a digit, on the preaxial side of the pollex.
Swollen
Swell Swell, v. i. [imp. Swelled; p. p. Swelled or Swollen; p. pr. & vb. n. Swelling.] [AS. swellan; akin to D. zwellen, OS. & OHG. swellan, G. schwellen, Icel. svella, Sw. sv["a]lla.] 1. To grow larger; to dilate or extend the exterior surface or dimensions, by matter added within, or by expansion of the inclosed substance; as, the legs swell in dropsy; a bruised part swells; a bladder swells by inflation. 2. To increase in size or extent by any addition; to increase in volume or force; as, a river swells, and overflows its banks; sounds swell or diminish. 3. To rise or be driven into waves or billows; to heave; as, in tempest, the ocean swells into waves. 4. To be puffed up or bloated; as, to swell with pride. You swell at the tartan, as the bull is said to do at scarlet. --Sir W. Scott. 5. To be inflated; to belly; as, the sails swell. 6. To be turgid, bombastic, or extravagant; as, swelling words; a swelling style. 7. To protuberate; to bulge out; as, a cask swells in the middle. 8. To be elated; to rise arrogantly. Your equal mind yet swells not into state. --Dryden. 9. To grow upon the view; to become larger; to expand. ``Monarchs to behold the swelling scene!' --Shak. 10. To become larger in amount; as, many little debts added, swell to a great amount. 11. To act in a pompous, ostentatious, or arrogant manner; to strut; to look big. Here he comes, swelling like a turkey cock. --Shak.
Swollen
Swollen Swoll"en, a. Enlarged by swelling; immoderately increased; as, swollen eyes; swollen streams.
Swollen
Swollen Swoll"en, p. p. of Swell.
woollen
Woolen Wool"en, a. [OE. wollen; cf. AS. wyllen. See Wool.] [Written also woollen.] 1. Made of wool; consisting of wool; as, woolen goods. 2. Of or pertaining to wool or woolen cloths; as, woolen manufactures; a woolen mill; a woolen draper. Woolen scribbler, a machine for combing or preparing wool in thin, downy, translucent layers.
woollenet
Woolenet Wool`en*et", n. A thin, light fabric of wool. [Written also woollenet, woolenette, and woollenette.]
woollenette
Woolenet Wool`en*et", n. A thin, light fabric of wool. [Written also woollenet, woolenette, and woollenette.]

Meaning of Ollen from wikipedia

- Ollen is a 17 km (11 mi) long river of Lower Saxony, Germany. It discharges into the Hunte through an old branch of the Hunte near Berne. List of rivers...
- Bengt Ollén (born 17 August 1950 in Lidköping, Sweden) is a Swedish choral conductor, music teacher, adjudicator and lecturer. In 1995 Ollén founded Sofia...
- Ollen Bruton Smith (born March 2, 1927) is a promoter and owner/CEO of NASCAR track owner Speedway Motorsports, Inc. Inducted into NASCAR Hall of Fame...
- Berne is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany. It flows into the Ollen in the village Berne. List of rivers of Lower Saxony...
- Component Industry Automotive Founder Ollen Bruton Smith Headquarters Charlotte, North Carolina, United States Key people Ollen Bruton Smith (Chairman of the...
- Sweden. The choir in its present form was founded in 1995 by conductor Bengt Ollén who still leads the artistic work. In 2012 Sofia Vokalensemble won the 24th...
- Trilo is a traditional Swedish folk song that has been arranged by Bengt Ollén in 2017. The song is about longing for someone at sea, traditionally sung...
- produced among the TV series Landgång. Bragée received Ollénpriset ("The Ollén Award") in 2005. "Sök personer". Birthday.se. Retrieved 2 April 2013.[permanent...
- reflected the strong influence Will Rogers had on him as an entertainer. Born Ollen George Dunn in Brownwood, Texas, Dunn made his way to New York City to perform...
- station), station of Hamburg U-Bahn Berne (Ollen), a river of Lower Saxony, Germany, tributary of the Ollen People Eric Berne, Canadian psychiatrist Josef...
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