having three lobes.
- Also tri·lo·bat·ed [trahy-loh-bey-tid, trahy-luh-bey-tid] /traɪˈloʊ beɪ tɪd, ˈtraɪ ləˌbeɪ tɪd/ .
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How to use trilobate in a sentence
The importance of the trilobate form of the trilobite is very much overestimated.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites | Percy Edward Raymond
Cephalon trilobate, with or without compound eyes, seven or eight segments in the thorax.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites | Percy Edward Raymond
Cephalis trilobate, inflated, of about the same breadth and length as the tun-shaped thorax and the hemispherical abdomen.
The trilobate roof of the nave was medival, but has lately been restored.The Shores of the Adriatic | F. Hamilton Jackson
Cephalis trilobate, separated by a deep collar constriction from the hemispherical thorax, which is twice as broad.
British Dictionary definitions for trilobate
(esp of a leaf) consisting of or having three lobes or parts
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