Origin of emarginate
OTHER WORDS FROM emarginatee·mar·gi·nate·ly, adverbe·mar·gi·na·tion, nounsub·e·mar·gi·nate, adjectivesub·e·mar·gi·nat·ed, adjective
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Upper leaf triangular, emarginate at the tip, reaching above the base of the ears (Jerdon).Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon|Robert A. Sterndale
Corolla 2-lipped; upper lip erect, 2-lobed or emarginate, the lower spreading, broadly 3-lobed.
Leaves closely imbricated, 2-ranked on fascicled ascending julaceous stems, emarginate-bidentate; underleaves none.
Hydrotomical spines about twice as long as their sheath, pyramidal, with emarginate point and six wings.
This species resembles in appearance H. ceraceus, but it can be identified by its emarginate gills and somewhat larger form.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise|M. E. Hard