[in-doo-pluh-kit, -keyt or in-doo-pluh-key-tiv; -dyoo-]
- folded or rolled inward: said of the parts of the calyx or corolla when the edges are bent abruptly toward the axis, or of leaves in vernation when the edges are rolled inward and then arranged about the axis without overlapping.
Origin of induplicate
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Examples from the Web for induplicate
Tongue deeply concave or induplicate, its edges serrate with reversed papill.A Synopsis of the Birds of North America
John James Audubon
- (of the parts of a bud) bent or folded inwards with the edges touching but not overlapping