Also de·a·lat·ed [dee-ey-ley-tid] /ˈdi eɪˌleɪ tɪd/. (of certain ants and termites after nuptial flights) having no wings as a result of having bitten or rubbed them off.
a dealate insect.
Origin of dealate
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(of ants and other insects) having lost their wings, esp by biting or rubbing them off after mating
Word Origin for dealate
from de- + alate
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