OTHER WORDS FROM laminarin·ter·lam·i·nar, adjectivemul·ti·lam·i·nar, adjective
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The vehicle’s blimpy shape and rear propeller are designed to create an aerodynamic phenomenon called laminar flow, in which the air travels in smooth layers over the craft.
The arms are sheathed in rigid plates, separated by a series of narrow laminar plates, by which power of movement is obtained.
The tassets are replaced by laminar cuissarts extending to the knee, below which the suit is not continued.
The latter has advanced far into the corium, and is now provided with abundant secondary laminar ridges (Mettam).Diseases of the Horse's Foot|Harry Caulton Reeks
This variety is a compound of felspar and quartz, so arranged as to produce an imperfect laminar structure.A Manual of Elementary Geology|Charles Lyell.
Laminif′erous, consisting of lamin or layers; Lam′iniform, laminar.