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c. 1600, from French succulent (16c.), from Latin succulentus "having juice, juicy," from succus "juice, sap;" related to sugere "to suck," and possibly cognate with Old [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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type of plant that has thick leaves and stems for storing water.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A type of plant with thick, fleshy leaves, stems, or tubers.
Source: beebetter.info

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A plant with fleshy leaves and stems that can adapt to survive drought conditions
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A fleshy plant that holds water in its stems or leaves, such as aloe or cacti.
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A type of plant that stores up water in its tissues (xerophytic) as an adaptation against drought conditions. Succulents have a fleshy appearance externally and a juicy internal appearance. The cactus [..]
Source: yougrowgirl.com

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A plant which stores moisture in its swollen stems or leaves to help it survive in arid conditions. Cactii are a classic example and Aloe is another well know succulent plant.
Source: gardensonline.com.au

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Juicy; used for plants characterized by the water-conserving and storing capacity of their stems, branches, and leaves.
Source: southerngardening.org

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juicy, moisture-retaining plants like aloe, iceplant, cactus, agave, and yucca.
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adj. Juicy.
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a plant that has adapted to drought conditions by being able to store water in its stem or leaves.
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Any plant which has thick, fleshy leaves or stems in which water can be stored. These plants are adapted to survive in arid conditions.
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[Habit] -- A plant having felshy stems or leaves.
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Succulent plants, e.g., cactuses, possessing organs that store water, thus facilitating survival during drought conditions.
Source: climatehotmap.org

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(adj) full of juice(n) a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
Source: beedictionary.com

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A plant that usually grows in dry, arid areas, with thick, fleshy leaves that store water. Cacti and aloes are succulents.
Source: animals.sandiegozoo.org

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Melts in the mouth! Juicy, moist and rich.
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A plant with stems or leaves that store an ample supply of water.
Source: creativeglossary.com

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