noun, plural ob·long·a·tas, ob·long·a·tae [ob-lawng-gah-tee, -long-]. /ˌɒb lɔŋˈgɑ ti, -lɒŋ-/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM oblongatapre·ob·lon·ga·ta, noun, plural pre·ob·lon·ga·tas, pre·ob·lon·ga·tae.
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Example sentences from the Web for oblongata
Posteriorly is situated the hind-brain, now consisting of the medulla oblongata and cerebellum.
In Scyllium, however, indications appear in the hind-brain of its future division into a cerebellum and medulla oblongata.
It reduces the librarian to a medulla oblongata, so far as I am able to understand the psychology of the situation.
And, on the other hand, the vertical strands are notably increased in their passage through the field of the medulla oblongata.
The medulla oblongata with its reticular ganglion seems to be the great rhythmic centre.