Definition of Crinate

1. having hair [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crinate

crimpled
crimples
crimpling
crimpness
crimps
crimpy
crims
crimson
crimson clover
crimsoned
crimsoning
crimsonly
crimsonness
crimsons
crinal
crinate (current term)
crinated
crincum-crancum
crincum-crancums
crine
crined
crines
crinet
crinets
cringe
cringed
cringeling
cringelings
cringemaking
cringer

Literary usage of Crinate

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1. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1879)
"The crinate or horse-chestnut shape which mammalian red blood-corpuscles so often present is supposed to be due to a loss of carbonic acid, since a current ..."

2. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1845)
"Bay of Islands, near high water mark, parasitical on Bostrychia mixta, Gelidium corneum var. crinate, ..."

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