Derived Formsscabridity (skəˈbrɪdɪtɪ), noun
Word Origin for scabrid
Examples from the Web for scabrid
Leaves narrower, flat, tending to roll up, scabrid above and hairy beneath.Grasses|H. Marshall Ward
The flowering glumes are 3-nerved, paleate; palea is complicate; keels are strong, scabrid or ciliate.
The second glume is lanceolate, acuminate, equal to or a little longer than the third glume with a scabrid keel.
The first glume is lanceolate, acute, shorter than the second, with a keel which is scabrid.
The first glume is oblong-lanceolate, 5-nerved, pitted above the middle, with recurved margins and scabrid keels and nerves.