Derived forms of scabridscabridity (skəˈbrɪdɪtɪ), noun
Word Origin for scabrid
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How to use scabrid in a sentence
The glume just below the joint is finely scabrid to a little distance.
The flowering glume is awned, strongly 5-nerved, nerves scabrid and ciliate, the lateral nerves being marginal.
The first glume is oblong-lanceolate, 5-nerved, pitted above the middle, with recurved margins and scabrid keels and nerves.
The first glume is lanceolate, flat and smooth, keels scabrid with usually a deep dorsal pit, 4-nerved.
The first glume is rigidly coriaceous, gradually narrowed from a villous base to an erect scabrid awn, 1-nerved.