pertaining to or of the nature of an ovule.
- mul·ti·ov·u·lar, adjective
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How to use ovular in a sentence
The ovular ear cups create a tight, but not constricting seal around your ears.
All the while, a turbine pushes a breeze through a vent in the 3-foot-tall device’s ovular head—but not before it passes through a gunk-catching duo of HEPA and charcoal filters.
This ovular migration may serve to redistribute eggs to the oviducts when the ovaries are functioning at unequal rates.
Wigand cites ovular buds in every stage of progress into a branch, sometimes even bearing indications of anthers.Vegetable Teratology | Maxwell T. Masters
It has been shown that the ovular coats may themselves become carpels, and that ovules may be developed upon ovules, p. 268.Vegetable Teratology | Maxwell T. Masters