Origin of stellate
OTHER WORDS FROM stellatestel·late·ly, adverb
Words nearby stellate
How to use stellate in a sentence
They have, moreover, changed their character; they were round before, now they have become stellate.
All the cells of the vertebral rudiments become stellate and form typical embryonic connective-tissue.
Both varieties of modified nuclei are common enough, though the stellate variety predominates.
Certain of the stellate nuclei exhibit two centres instead of one, and in some cases, like that represented on Pl.
Typical examples of this form of modified nucleus, which may be spoken of as the stellate variety, are represented on Pl.