[ bahy-suhl-keyt ]
/ baɪˈsʌl keɪt /
with two grooves.
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Example sentences from the Web for bisulcate
Loss of one or the other of the two grooves of the bisulcate pattern, therefore, is regarded as specialization.
The upper incisor is bisulcate, and the inner groove is fine and indistinct in places.
British Dictionary definitions for bisulcate
/ (baɪˈsʌlˌkeɪt) /
marked by two grooves
- cleft or cloven, as a hoof
- having cloven hoofs
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