1. arranged like rays or radii; radiating from a common center
    a starlike or stellate arrangement of petals
    radial symmetry
    many cities show a radial pattern of main highways
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How To Use stellate In A Sentence

  • Here you can see the castellated peaks from an amazing angle.
  • The projection or radiation of these fragments from a central point gives the fracture a stellated or star like appearance; and hence, the name of the fracture. An Epitome of Practical Surgery, for Field and Hospital.
  • Hills constellated with lights
  • It is precisely by their capacity to engage the observer to speculate on the meanings of particular images — as well as the potential meanings constellated from clusters of images — that these chambers reveal their quintessence. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • In keeping with tradition, tourists were genuinely treated as honored guests and pressed by locals to accept thick slices of home baked bread, the crusts constellated with sesame seeds and fragrant anise, then roasted bell peppers, black kalamata olives, white wine and cloudy, iced glasses of ouzo. The Alluring Remoteness of Karpathos
  • The court lay in a large open area behind the castellated facade of the former National Guard armoury, now a high school playground. COMPULSION
  • Each level was said to constellate a coherent span of human development, and the thirteen stages within that level could be seen as stages of evolvement somewhat similar to the stages of seasonal growth in the course of Nature's year. Breaking News: Science validates key Mayan Calendar premise
  • We can account for optimal states for acting, interior and exterior domains of both the leaders and those we lead, lines of development and personality types that constellate our organizations, to name a few key areas. Willow Dea: 7 Habits for Effective Teaching
  • I knew my exact place on the map, tracing a portion of a castellated line across the neck of Britannia ... Zornhau: My Eagle of the Ninth
  • Such ideas constellate the image of a mind whose cognitive power the age at once esteemed and feared, especially at a time when the increasingly rapid dissemination of thought and thoughts in the public sphere was becoming an activity of some socio-political concern. Introduction
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