segmented[ noun seg-muh nt; verb seg-ment, seg-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF segmented
Synonyms for segmented
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Antonyms for segmented
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEGMENTED
Those of the south aisle are Perpendicular, with segmented heads.
Any one of them might be the unsegmented gut of the segmented animal.
A harvestman, for instance, lacks the waist, and its abdomen is segmented.
There is, however, an important advance on the segmented worms.
The pectoral fins are without the segmented axis of the archipterygium.
The mouth parts, which are not segmented, are adapted for sucking.
Even before this conversion, however, the people had been segmented by the schism between the Roman and Eastern Orthodox churches.
They are not segmented, and form four ridges, seated on the sides of the notochord.
The latter is placed immediately in front of what afterwards becomes the segmented region of the embryo.
Like the other segmented 256 organs of the vertebrate the archinephros develops from before backwards.
1560s, from Latin segmentum "a strip or piece cut off, a cutting, strips of colored cloth," from secare "to cut" (see section (n.)), with euphonious alteration of -c- to -g- before -m-. Latin segmentum was used in Medieval Latin as a geometry term, translating Greek tmema, and the word was first picked up in English in this sense. Meaning "segmental portion of anything circular" is from 1640s; general sense of "a division, section" is from 1762.