Definition of Crenated

1. Adjective. Having a margin with rounded scallops.

Exact synonyms: Crenate, Scalloped
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Definition of Crenated

1. Adjective. crenate ¹

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Definition of Crenated

1. crenate [adj] - See also: crenate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crenated

cremulator
cremulators
crena
crena ani
crena clunium
crena cordis
crenarchaea
crenarchaeal
crenarchaeon
crenarchaeota
crenarchaeotal
crenarchaeote
crenas
crenate
crenate leaf
crenated (current term)
crenately
crenates
crenation
crenations
crenature
crenatures
crenel
crenelate
crenelated
crenelated molding
crenelated moldings
crenelates
crenelating
crenelation

Literary usage of Crenated

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1. Practical physiological chemistry: A Book Designed for Use in Courses in by Philip Bovier Hawk (1910)
"They may appear as the normal biconcave, yellow erythrocyte (Plate IV, opposite page 180) or may exhibit certain modifications in form, such as the crenated ..."

2. A Treatise on human physiology by John Call Dalton (1875)
"... becoming shrivelled and crenated, presenting an appearance as if minute granules were projecting from their surfaces; an effect apparently produced by ..."

3. A Text-book of Pharmacology and Therapeutics by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1899)
"They are said to have some effect on the red blood cells, which became crenated, but this is probably merely the salt-action and not any specific nitrate ..."

4. The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain: Or Coloured Figures and by James Sowerby (1829)
"... umbilicus very small, almost concealed ; carene slightly convex, its margins crenated by the angular terminations of the plicae ; aperture sagittate. ..."

5. Exotic Conchology: Or, Figures and Descriptions of Rare, Beautiful, Or by William Swainson (1841)
"The cardinal teeth are very peculiar ; they are compressed and crenated like those of ... crenated ..."

6. The Canadian Antiquarian and Numismatic Journal (1872)
"118 crenated or Milled Edged Coins . . . 120 An Ancient Relic . . . . . 122 Ledgends on the Coins of Modern Republics . 124 Early Coinage of the United ..."

7. Practical physiological chemistry: A Book Designed for Use in Courses in by Philip Bovier Hawk (1910)
"They may appear as the normal biconcave, yellow erythrocyte (Plate IV, opposite page 180) or may exhibit certain modifications in form, such as the crenated ..."

8. A Treatise on human physiology by John Call Dalton (1875)
"... becoming shrivelled and crenated, presenting an appearance as if minute granules were projecting from their surfaces; an effect apparently produced by ..."

9. A Text-book of Pharmacology and Therapeutics by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1899)
"They are said to have some effect on the red blood cells, which became crenated, but this is probably merely the salt-action and not any specific nitrate ..."

10. The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain: Or Coloured Figures and by James Sowerby (1829)
"... umbilicus very small, almost concealed ; carene slightly convex, its margins crenated by the angular terminations of the plicae ; aperture sagittate. ..."

11. Exotic Conchology: Or, Figures and Descriptions of Rare, Beautiful, Or by William Swainson (1841)
"The cardinal teeth are very peculiar ; they are compressed and crenated like those of ... crenated ..."

12. The Canadian Antiquarian and Numismatic Journal (1872)
"118 crenated or Milled Edged Coins . . . 120 An Ancient Relic . . . . . 122 Ledgends on the Coins of Modern Republics . 124 Early Coinage of the United ..."

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