Related formslo·bate·ly, adverbin·ter·lo·bate, adjectivemul·ti·lo·bate, adjective
Examples from the Web for lobate
It is lobate in form and is divided by lines into areas in each of which a deeply-stained granule is situated.
Lobate -us: divided by deep, undulating and successive incisions.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
We entirely separate these here from the true Cyrtida, on account of their lobate or multilocular cephalis.
Some of them are lobate, and appear as if they were undergoing division.
The lobate kidneys have already been mentioned in defining this family (see p. 426).The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard