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sepaloid

[ see-puh-loid, sep-uh- ]
/ ˈsi pəˌlɔɪd, ˈsɛp ə- /
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adjective
resembling a sepal.
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Also sep·al·ine [sep-uh-lahyn, -lin, see-puh-]. /ˈsɛp əˌlaɪn, -lɪn, ˈsi pə-/.

Origin of sepaloid

From the New Latin word sepaloideus, dating back to 1820–30. See sepal, -oid
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British Dictionary definitions for sepaloid

sepaloid

sepaline

/ (ˈsiːpəˌlɔɪd) /

adjective
(esp of petals) resembling a sepal in structure and function
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