segmented

[ US /ˈsɛɡˌmɛnɪd, ˈsɛɡˌmɛntɪd, ˌsɛɡˈmɛnɪd, ˌsɛɡˈmɛntɪd/ ]
[ UK /sɛɡmˈɛntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having the body divided into successive metameres or segments, as in earthworms or lobsters
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How To Use segmented In A Sentence

  • Their bodies are not distinctly segmented, but an important feature of their anatomy is the carapace, a folded shell-like structure which covers the animal and opens both ventrally and posteriorly.
  • Each of these seems to derive something from the interruptable time of the television chronotope, and its consequently segmented narrative.
  • At a running time of around four minutes, the overture is segmented into four themes.
  • Three-segmented ectothermic quadropod, filiform antennae, mandibulate mouthparts, tegmina and hindwings, seemingly asocial. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Now anglers can find many three-piece and four-piece baitcasting and spinning travel rods that are the equal of their unsegmented counterparts. Have Rod, Will Travel
  • The 3in arthropod — part of the family including insects and spiders — has a segmented, flexible body and a large head. The Sun
  • Six massive shapes wrapped in cling film rise from the floor: rotund, curvaceous, one shaped like a fennel bulb with an elegant slender neck, another like a Russian doll, yet another plumped and segmented like a swollen gourd. A Potter's Monumental Inspiration
  • Three-segmented ectothermic quadropod, filiform antennae, mandibulate mouthparts, tegmina and hindwings, seemingly asocial. MINUTES TO BURN
  • In lancelets, the trunk somites extend and fuse ventrally to give the unsegmented periviscelar coelom.
  • They are grown from really strange, segmented rhizomes that look like succulent birch cones. The Sun
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