Words nearby fenestrated
Origin of fenestrated
OTHER WORDS FROM fenestratednon·fe·nes·trat·ed, adjectiveun·fe·nes·trat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for fenestrated
In these four subfamilies the concentric shells are all simple (not spongy) fenestrated spheres or endospherical polyhedra.
It is the work of Josepe de la Hera; and this colichemarde with its fenestrated guard—what a superb specimen of handicraft!'The Mummy's Foot|Thophile Gautier
Never in this order is there any trace of the latticed or fenestrated shell, which characterises the second order, Sphrellaria.
Thorax conical; its base prolonged into three divergent, hollow, fenestrated cones, half as long as the thorax.
In all Ellipsida the fenestrated shell is simple, and never composed of concentric or twin shells.