[ UK /ˈəʊveɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊveɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊveɪt/ ]
- of a leaf shape; egg-shaped with the broader end at the base
- rounded like an egg
How To Use ovate In A Sentence
- Recently renovated, the surfside inn still has its nautical-cool whitewashed facade, and its 36 guest rooms are equipped with patios and views of the Roqueta Channel. 10
- The _first glume_ is chartaceous, obovate-oblong, obtuse, many-nerved (thirteen or more), thinly ciliate with long hairs and with A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
- Bolt on necks may or may not have been innovated by him (they existed on other instruments) but he pulled together the art of manufacturing guitars like no one else.
- These will be used as criteria for choosing proposals from companies bidding for the contract to renovate.
- The drive to constantly innovate product and process technology is strongly visible.
- Stupidity is closer to deliverance than intellect which innovates," is a phrase ascribed to a Mohammedan saint, and do not modern theologians report with enthusiasm, the unlettered condition of Jesus? Cosmic Consciousness
- The following year, after Waterloo, work began on the improvements planned by Samuel Ware, who renovated and amended the great enfilade of Palladian reception rooms.
- The _first glume_ is cuneately obovate or obcordate, yellowish with red brown tips or dark brown with yellow tips, chartaceous below, membranous, hyaline and ciliate at the truncate, emarginate or retuse apex, 7 - to 9-nerved, the nerves abruptly ceasing towards the apex. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
- Her work innovates ways of perceiving movement and the performer.
- Yellow; the antennæ fuscous above, also a fuscous cloud at the apex of the anterior wings, the wings hyaline with the nervures black; a spot on the scape within, and three longitudinal stripes on the mesothorax, black; the latter slightly punctured anteriorly; the metathorax smooth and shining, with three oblique carinæ on each side, and a small subovate enclosed space in the middle of the disk. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology