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geniculate definition

  • adjective:
    • Bent suddenly, as a knee.
    • Having kneelike joints; in a position to fold at an abrupt perspective.
    • Bent suddenly, with the framework of a knee.
    • Having kneelike joints; in a position to fold at an abrupt perspective.
    • Bent suddenly at an angle, like the knee when curved
    • bent at a-sharp direction
    • Bent suddenly, as a knee.
    • Bent suddenly, as a knee.
    • Having kneelike bones; in a position to flex at an abrupt perspective.
    • Having kneelike bones; able to flex at an abrupt position.
    • Bent suddenly, utilizing the framework of a knee.
    • Bent suddenly, with the structure of a knee.
    • Having kneelike joints; able to bend at an abrupt direction.
    • Having kneelike bones; in a position to bend at an abrupt direction.
    • Bent abruptly at an angle, like leg whenever bent
    • bent at a sharp position
    • Bent abruptly at an angle, like leg when bent
    • bent at a sharp direction
  • verb:
    • to make joints or knots on.
    • To form bones or knots on.
    • To form bones or knots on.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to make joints or knots on.
    • to make bones or knots on.
    • to create joints or knots on.
  • others:
    • To form joints or knots in.
    • Kneed; having a protuberance like a knee or an elbow; in botany, having joints such as the knee just a little bent: because, a geniculate stem or peduncle.
    • To form joints or knots in.
    • Kneed; having a protuberance like a knee or an elbow; in botany, having joints like the knee only a little bent: as, a geniculate stem or peduncle.
    • to create bones or knots in.
    • Kneed; having a protuberance like a knee or an elbow; in botany, having bones such as the knee some bent: because, a geniculate stem or peduncle.
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