denticulate[ den-tik-yuh-lit, -leyt or den-tik-yuh-ley-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF denticulate
Synonyms for denticulate
Antonyms for denticulate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENTICULATE
Pores irregular, roundish, with denticulate margin, twice to four times as broad as the bars; eight to twelve on the radius.
Differs from C. variabilis in denticulate edge of gills and sp.
Denticulate, furnished with denticulations, or little teeth.
Pinnse oblong; the lower distant segments oblong, denticulate, separated by wide sinuses.
The well-defined calyculus is narrowed below and eroded or denticulate above.
Among the Lemurs the incisors are denticulate, and serve to clean the fur in a comb-like fashion.
The leaves are also smaller than those of that species; obovate, lanceolate, denticulate, and very mealy underneath.
Bristles of the pappus naked (not plumose), merely rough or denticulate.
Feet very slender, with three denticulate edges, widely divergent and curved like the quadrant of a circle.
Basal mouth armed with longer, divergent, denticulate spines.