imbricated[ adjective im-bri-kit, -keyt; verb im-bri-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF imbricated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMBRICATED
The leaves are linear, acute, and fleshy, and the bracts are linear and imbricated.
Gen. Lafayette, bright rose, striped with white, imbricated.
These imbricated scales are, however, only found in the genus Dianthus.
Petals 5, entire, imbricated in the bud, commonly deciduous.
It carries no tentacles, but is terminated by imbricated lamellae.
Capitula squamosa jac mula: "little scaley (or imbricated) heads resembling the heads of Jacea" (Black Knapweed).
The pain, which may be very great, can often be controlled by fixing the chest with imbricated plaster or a firm bandage.
In one of the tents I found a coiled, imbricated Thompson River basket in old red-browns and yellows.
These bulbs are called "scaly," or "imbricated," and are shown in the annexed sketch on p. 12.
Imbricated covering of skin of Archegosaurus medius, Goldf.; magnified.