Along the two first joints arise three divergent, dentate crests, each with four to six strong pyramidal teeth.
It takes its name Limanda from the hard and dentate scales on its body.
Ray-tracheids with dentate walls and ray-cells with large pits are peculiar to Pinus.
dentate, when the joints are armed with slight pointed spines.
dentate, or Toothed, when such teeth point outwards, instead of forwards; as in Fig. 143.
Antheridia immersed in the thallus, covered with dentate scales.
Bill somewhat finch-like but more swollen in outline; the upper mandible, in typical forms, toothed or dentate.
When they point outward like the spines of a holly leaf they are 'dentate-'toothed.
Note the strong hooked and dentate bill of the birds of prey; they tear their prey.
The leaves are very large, pedate, dentate, and distinctly veined.
dentate den·tate (děn'tāt')
Edged with toothlike projections; toothed.