fimbriate definition

  • adjective:
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, due to the fact side of a petal and/or opening of a duct.
    • fringed, e.g. where in actuality the ends of a petal tend to be put into several divisions.
    • Having the advantage or extremity bordered by filiform procedures thicker than hairs; fringed
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, since the side of a petal or the orifice of a duct.
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, given that side of a petal or even the orifice of a duct.
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, due to the fact edge of a petal or the orifice of a duct.
    • fringed, e.g. where the finishes of a petal are split into a couple of divisions.
    • fringed, e.g. where stops of a petal are put into a couple of divisions.
    • having a fringe of slender procedures
    • fringed, e.g. where the ends of a petal are split into two or more divisions.
    • getting the edge or extremity bordered by filiform procedures thicker than hairs; fringed
    • Having the advantage or extremity bordered by filiform processes thicker than hairs; fringed
    • having a fringe of slim processes
    • having a fringe of slender processes
    • getting the side or extremity bordered by filiform procedures thicker than hairs; fringed
    • having a fringe of thin processes
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, while the side of a petal or perhaps the opening of a duct.
    • fringed, e.g. where the stops of a petal are split up into a couple of divisions.
    • Having the edge or extremity bordered by filiform processes thicker than hairs; fringed
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, given that side of a petal or even the opening of a duct.
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, given that edge of a petal and/or opening of a duct.
    • Having fimbriae; fringed, whilst the edge of a petal or perhaps the orifice of a duct.
    • fringed, e.g. where the ends of a petal are put into two or more divisions.
    • fringed, e.g. where the stops of a petal tend to be split into two or more divisions.
    • having a fringe of thin procedures
    • fringed, e.g. where in actuality the finishes of a petal are divided in to several divisions.
    • getting the advantage or extremity bordered by filiform processes thicker than hairs; fringed
    • getting the advantage or extremity bordered by filiform processes thicker than hairs; fringed
    • obtaining the edge or extremity bordered by filiform processes thicker than hairs; fringed
    • having a fringe of thin procedures
    • having a fringe of thin procedures
    • having a fringe of thin procedures
  • verb:
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
    • To hem; to fringe.
  • others:
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform procedures or laciniations. In addition fimbriated.
    • In heraldry, identical to fimbriated, 2.
    • in order to complete or decorate with a border of any kind, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe of various color from the remaining surface.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform processes or laciniations. In addition fimbriated.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform processes or laciniations. Additionally fimbriated.
    • In heraldry, just like fimbriated, 2.
    • In heraldry, identical to fimbriated, 2.
    • To finish or embellish with a border of any kind, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe various shade from the other countries in the surface.
    • in order to complete or decorate with a border of any sort, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe various shade through the rest of the area.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform procedures or laciniations. Additionally fimbriated.
    • In heraldry, same as fimbriated, 2.
    • in order to complete or decorate with a border of any sort, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe of various shade from the remaining portion of the surface.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform procedures or laciniations. Additionally fimbriated.
    • In heraldry, identical to fimbriated, 2.
    • in order to complete or embellish with a border of any kind, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe of various color from remaining surface.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform processes or laciniations. In addition fimbriated.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform procedures or laciniations. In addition fimbriated.
    • In zoology and botany, fringed; bordered with hairs or with filiform processes or laciniations. Also fimbriated.
    • In heraldry, same as fimbriated, 2.
    • In heraldry, just like fimbriated, 2.
    • In heraldry, identical to fimbriated, 2.
    • To finish or decorate with a border of any sort, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe of different shade through the remaining portion of the area.
    • To finish or enhance with a border of any sort, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe of different color through the remaining surface.
    • in order to complete or embellish with a border of any kind, as a fringe, a hem, or a narrow stripe various shade through the remaining surface.

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