They are united to each other by an infinity of smaller plates, placed either vertically or transversely.
In fact, Lamarck says both shells are transversely striated.
A sharp ridge trended across the prairie, transversely to the line of the pursuit.
Basidia transversely septate; no teleutospores; saprophytes.
Scuta, of the usual sub-triangular shape, and not transversely elongated, as in T. purpurascens.
It is wrinkled lengthwise and also transversely and has a knotty head.
This caterpillar is of a green color, and transversely banded across each of the rings with pale blue.
The snout is transversely obtuse, but is rather acute in profile.
Its posterior part shows a transversely elongated facet for articulation with the navicular bone.
We crossed it transversely in order to strike the inlet of the Mississippi, and encamped on the other side.
transverse trans·verse (trāns-vûrs', trānz-, trāns'vûrs', trānz'-)
Lying across the long axis of the body or of a part.