Related formsau·ric·u·late·ly, adverbsub·au·ric·u·late, adjective
Examples from the Web for auriculate
The hafting area is auriculate and may be pointed or rounded.
Leaves crowded at the ends of the flowering branches, obovate or spatulate, auriculate at base, smooth (1 ft. long).Trees of the Northern United States|Austin C. Apgar
Most Paleo Indian types, including fluted points, are auriculate.
Auriculate and notched types reappear in the Woodland period.
The auriculate hafting area is usually expanded-rounded with an incurvate basal edge.