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calceiform

calceolate (ˈkælsɪəˌleɪt)

/ (ˈkælsɪɪˌfɔːm, kælˈsiː-) /
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adjective
botany shaped like a shoe or slipper
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Word Origin for calceiform

C19: from Latin calceus shoe
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How to use calceiform in a sentence

  • Calceolate or Calceiform, slipper-shaped, like one petal of the Lady's Slipper.

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