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Origin of sulcate
OTHER WORDS FROM sulcatesul·ca·tion, nounmul·ti·sul·cate, adjectivemul·ti·sul·cat·ed, adjective
Words nearby sulcate
Example sentences from the Web for sulcate
Mouth conical, beaked, strongly sulcate, seated on a depressed zone.
Six marginal spines of equal size and at equal distances, triangular, sulcate, half as long as the radius.
Sheaths conical, sulcate, half as broad on the serrate distal end as on the base.
The pileus is pulvinate-ungulate, much dilated, deeply sulcate; cinnamon, then brown or blackish; very much cracked or rimose.
The plant is reddish-brown and it differs from other species "with sulcate mouths, in its closely sessile endoperidium."