digitate

ADJECTIVE
  1. resembling a finger
    digitate leaves of the horse chestnut
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How To Use digitate In A Sentence

  • Words are slaves, noetic myrmidons laboring to interdigitate bolides of inspiration with cosmeticized complacence. Learning New Words #2 « Write Anything
  • It is a slender grass with digitate spikes, which have much of the habit of _Digitaria_, but which, on account of the absence of the small outer glume existing in that genus, Mr. Keppist, Librarian of the Linnean Society, of London, refers to _Paspalum_. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • LEAVES: Large, digitate or deeply digitately lobed into 5-7 segments. Chapter 7
  • In Brazil I have often admired the varied beauty of the bananas, palms, and orange-trees contrasted together; and here we also have the bread-fruit, conspicuous from its large, glossy, and deeply digitated leaf. Chapter XVIII
  • For animals multifidous, or such as are digitated or have several divisions in their feet; there are but two that are uniparous, that is, Men and Elephants; who though their productions be but single, are notwithstanding very numerous.
  • In the more solid regions, spindle cells are in loose fascicles, which may interdigitate.
  • They found that all the crystalline elements that make up the tooth are aligned in two different arrays, and that these arrays are "interdigitated," or interlocked like the fingers of folded hands, just at the tip of the tooth, where most of the wear occurs. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • It has been shown that such interdigitated lamellar phases are formed with soluble surface-active molecules that interact with the polar headgroups of the lipids.
  • Spikelets many, dissimilar, in solitary, digitate or fascicled racemes or spikes; first glume not sunk in the hollow of the rachis. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • We have already indicated some of the main differences between the New Warfare and the Old. These now became accentuated by the extraordinary way in which the boundaries of the battling states interdigitated. The Shape of Things to Come
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