[med-l-er-ee, mej-uh-ler-ee, muh-duhl-uh-ree]
Origin of medullary
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Examples from the Web for medullary
Fig. 16 shows an Oak where the blotches of medullary rays are large.Trees of the Northern United States
Austin C. Apgar
A large part of the wood is formed by the medullary or pith rays.Seasoning of Wood
Joseph B. Wagner
The medullary rays are numerous, and for a softwood they are prominent.
Medullary rays are numerous, but very thin and inconspicuous.
The medullary rays are broad, in the heart black, in the sapwood white.