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foliated definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or associated with rock that displays a layered structure.
    • Having a structure of slim levels
    • Decorated with foliage
    • Having leaves, or leaflike forecasts.
    • Containing, or consisting of, foils.
    • described as being separable into thin plates or folia.
    • Laminated, but limited to all of the laminated structure within crystalline schist, as mica schist, etc.; schistose.
    • Spread over with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver.
    • Of or concerning rock that exhibits a layered construction.
    • Having a structure of slim layers
    • Decorated with foliage
    • Having leaves, or leaflike forecasts.
    • Containing, or consisting of, foils.
    • described as being separable into slim dishes or folia.
    • Laminated, but limited to all of the laminated structure found in crystalline schist, as mica schist, etc.; schistose.
    • Spread over with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver.
    • Of or regarding rock that exhibits a layered construction.
    • (especially of metamorphic stone) having slim leaflike layers or strata
    • ornamented with foliage or foils
    • Having a structure of slim layers
    • Decorated with vegetation
    • Having leaves, or leaflike forecasts.
    • Of or associated with rock that displays a layered construction.
    • Containing, or comprising, foils.
    • (especially of metamorphic stone) having slim leaflike levels or strata
    • Having a structure of slim layers
    • Characterized by becoming separable into thin plates or folia.
    • ornamented with foliage or foils
    • Laminated, but restricted to the variety of laminated structure found in crystalline schist, as mica schist, etc.; schistose.
    • Decorated with vegetation
    • Having leaves, or leaflike forecasts.
    • spread-over with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver.
    • Of or relating to rock that exhibits a layered construction.
    • Containing, or consisting of, foils.
    • Having a structure of thin layers
    • Characterized by becoming separable into thin plates or folia.
    • Decorated with foliage
    • Laminated, but limited to all of the laminated framework present in crystalline schist, as mica schist, etc.; schistose.
    • Having leaves, or leaflike projections.
    • Containing, or composed of, foils.
    • Characterized by being separable into slim plates or folia.
    • Laminated, but limited to the range of laminated construction within crystalline schist, as mica schist, etc.; schistose.
    • spread-over with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver.
    • (especially of metamorphic rock) having thin leaflike layers or strata
    • ornamented with foliage or foils
    • spread-over with an amalgam of tin and quicksilver.
    • (especially of metamorphic rock) having slim leaflike layers or strata
    • ornamented with vegetation or foils
    • (especially of metamorphic rock) having slim leaflike levels or strata
    • ornamented with vegetation or foils
  • others:
    • Spread or outdone completely into a thin plate or leaf.
    • Covered with a thin dish or foil.
    • Consisting of plates or laminæ; resembling or in the form of a plate; lamellar: as, a foliated structure.
    • In art: Decorated with leaf-shaped ornaments, or with ornaments whoever disposition and kind tend to be suggestive of foliage. Reduce into leaf-shaped divisions or irregularities of overview.
    • scatter or outdone aside into a thin plate or leaf.
    • In architecture, containing foils: since, a foliated arch.
    • Covered with a thin dish or foil.
    • In heraldry, decorated with foliations or lobes; growing into or embellished with natural leaves.
    • In songs, having records included above or below: said of a plain-song melody.
    • composed of plates or laminæ; resembling or in the form of a plate; lamellar: because, a foliated construction.
    • In art: Decorated with leaf-shaped ornaments, or with ornaments whose personality and type are suggestive of foliage. Cut into leaf-shaped divisions or irregularities of overview.
    • In design, containing foils: because, a foliated arch.
    • In heraldry, embellished with foliations or lobes; developing into or embellished with normal leaves.
    • In music, having notes included above or below: stated of a plain-song melody.
    • Spread or outdone out into a thin dish or leaf.
    • Covered with a thin plate or foil.
    • comprising plates or laminæ; resembling or perhaps in the type of a plate; lamellar: because, a foliated structure.
    • In art: Decorated with leaf-shaped ornaments, or with ornaments whoever personality and type are suggestive of vegetation. Cut into leaf-shaped divisions or problems of outline.
    • In design, containing foils: because, a foliated arch.
    • In heraldry, embellished with foliations or lobes; growing into or decorated with all-natural leaves.
    • scatter or outdone out into a thin plate or leaf.
    • Covered with a thin dish or foil.
    • Consisting of plates or laminæ; resembling or in the form of a plate; lamellar: as, a foliated structure.
    • In art: Decorated with leaf-shaped ornaments, or with ornaments whoever disposition and type tend to be suggestive of vegetation. Reduce into leaf-shaped divisions or irregularities of overview.
    • In architecture, containing foils: because, a foliated arch.
    • In heraldry, embellished with foliations or lobes; growing into or decorated with all-natural leaves.
    • In music, having records included above or below: stated of a plain-song melody.
    • scatter or outdone out into a thin plate or leaf.
    • Covered with a thin dish or foil.
    • composed of plates or laminæ; resembling or in the type of a plate; lamellar: as, a foliated framework.
    • In art: Decorated with leaf-shaped ornaments, or with ornaments whoever disposition and form are suggestive of foliage. Cut into leaf-shaped divisions or problems of outline.
    • In architecture, containing foils: as, a foliated arch.
    • In heraldry, embellished with foliations or lobes; growing into or embellished with all-natural leaves.
    • In songs, having notes added above or below: stated of a plain-song melody.
    • In music, having notes added above or below: said of a plain-song melody.
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