/ (spaɪˈnɪfərəs) /
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(esp of plants) bearing spines or thorns
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Word Origin for spiniferous
C17: from Late Latin spīnifer having spines, from Latin spīna a thorn, spine + ferre to bear
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How to use spiniferous in a sentence
Note the spiniferous plate on the median line, and the large opening in the anterior portion of it.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites|Percy Edward Raymond