Related formssub·ax·ile, adjective
Examples from the Web for axile
In malformed flowers of Digitalis the change from axile to parietal placentation may often be seen.Vegetable Teratology|Maxwell T. Masters
Capsule 3–5-celled with axile placent, loculicidal or circumscissile, many-seeded.
Frond 7–11-nerved or more; rootlets several, with axile vascular tissue.
With two or more Cells and Axile Placent, namely, with as many cells as there are carpels, that have united to compose the organ.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Axile, aks′il, adj. lying in the axis of anything, as an embryo in the axis of a seed.