integument[ in-teg-yuh-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF integument
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTEGUMENT
Its freedom from causing great shrinking or shrivelling of the integument.
Their integument is hardened with plates or particles of carbonate of lime.
Man alone, the last in the series, was created from the integument of a dog.
The integument of the roof of the mouth was smooth and shining.
Ex., the integument into which the valves of Chitones are inserted.
The knee is free and not united to the side of the body by integument.
The integument is leathery, and the color brown of varying shades.
In all other forms the shell is internal or is invested in the integument of the mantle.
The sense-organs of man are all found to be only so many modifications of the integument.
There are no spines nor hooks on the integument of the elongated body.