[ in-vuh-loo-krit, -kreyt ]
/ ˌɪn vəˈlu krɪt, -kreɪt /
having an involucre.
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Example sentences from the Web for involucrate
Flowers moncious or dicious (involucrate and apparently perfect in Euphorbia).
Scapes or peduncles terminated by a single head, involucrate by some outer empty bracts.