OTHER WORDS FROM lobatelo·bate·ly, adverbin·ter·lo·bate, adjectivemul·ti·lo·bate, adjective
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It is lobate in form and is divided by lines into areas in each of which a deeply-stained granule is situated.
Though usually spherical the nuclei not infrequently have a somewhat lobate form.
Phalaropes are small Plover-like birds, but with lobate webbed feet, similar to those of the Grebes and Coots.The Bird Book|Chester A. Reed
Some of them are lobate, and appear as if they were undergoing division.
Both joints of the shell are irregularly lobate, with numerous vaulted lobes of different sizes, and partly internal septa.