[hol-uh-hee-druh l, hoh-luh-]
- (of a crystal) having all the planes or faces required by the maximum symmetry of the system to which it belongs.
Origin of holohedral
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- (of a crystal) exhibiting all the planes required for the symmetry of the crystal system
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