emarginate

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a notched tip
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  • -- "It differs from the last in being rather smaller, and of a brown colour above, much paler at the base of the hairs and at their extreme tips, and lighter coloured below; the ears more apiculated, or rather they appear so from being strongly emarginated externally towards the tip. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • The _first glume_ is coriaceous, oblong-lanceolate, acute, truncate or emarginate, slightly hairy, or glabrous with a deep pit above the middle (sometimes with two or three pits also) 7 - to 9-nerved with a few long hairs below the middle and with margins infolded and shortly ciliate. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • It is, as to it's main part, the Plan and Declara - tion of 1797. 1st. emarginated as to so much as pro - jected beyond the water edge. Thomas Jefferson and the National Capital: Containing Notes and Correspondence exchanged between Jefferson, Washington, L'Enfant, Ellicott, Hallett, Thornton, Latrobe, the Commissioners, and others
  • Antennae longer and more porrect; second submarginal cell as long as the third; abdomen broader at the base, its ventral surface concave; hypopygium scarcely carinated laterally, and pygidium prominent and deeply emarginate, its lateral edges produced into acute teeth. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • The head oblong, slightly narrowed posteriorly and emarginate behind, longitudinally striated, the striæ diverging from the centre at the anterior ocellus; at half the distance between the posterior ocelli and the margin of the vertex the striæ are transverse. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • Carnival liberates and empowers those who feel emarginated by 'conventional society'. timesofmalta.com
  • The caudal fin of the barrelfish is only slightly emarginate instead of deeply forked and its caudal peduncle moderately stout and without keels instead of very slender.
  • Head oblong, narrowed behind, posteriorly deeply emarginate; the mandibles rufo-piceous, brightest at their apex, which is armed with two long teeth which are bent abruptly inwards, their tips black; the anterior portion of the head striated obliquely from the centre; the head, behind the anterior sulcation, very smooth and shining and having a deep longitudinal central depression. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • Ear large, erect and pointed, rounded at the base and emarginated on the outer edge; nasal process complicated. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • The _first glume_ is ovate-oblong, thickly coriaceous, smooth at the back with a truncate base and a transverse ridge at the base inside, many-nerved, with very narrow inflexed margins and very narrow wings at the top, the apex is obtuse or emarginate. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
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