Definition of Gemmated

1. a. Having buds; adorned with gems or jewels.



Definition of Gemmated

1. Adjective. Having buds. ¹

2. Adjective. Adorned with gems or jewels. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gemmated

1. gemmate [v] - See also: gemmate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gemmated

gemistocytes
gemistocytic astrocyte
gemistocytic astrocytoma
gemistocytic cell
gemistocytic reaction
gemistocytoma
gemitores
gemlike
gemmaceous
gemmae
gemmal
gemman
gemmary
gemmate
gemmated (current term)
gemmates
gemmating
gemmations
gemmed
gemmen
gemmeous
gemmeries
gemmery
gemmier
gemmiest
gemmiferous
gemmification
gemmifications

Literary usage of Gemmated

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1. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1898)
"Some statistics of the frequency of supernumerary deciduous teeth being followed by supernumerary permanent teeth and gemmated deciduous teeth by ..."

2. The Language of the Northumbrian Gloss to the Gospel of St. Luke by Margaret Dutton Kellum (1906)
"Note.—The second instance may be due to an error in printing, as Skeat in bis Preface, p. vii, mentions only the first and the last. iS is gemmated in ..."

3. Merrie England by Robert Blatchford (1895)
"... of virtue, of strength, and of all tt$ power and goodness that go to make a nation great is being cog? gemmated there by ignorance and by injustice. ..."

4. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1822)
"... and the commixture of involuntary and wilful misrepresentations against that judicious and acute writer, which have been much die- gemmated by hasty, ..."

5. A Course in Invertebrate Zoölogy: A Guide to the Dissection and Comparative by Henry Sherring Pratt (1915)
"Each distinct cluster of individuals probably represents the gemmated progeny of a single individual. Special respiratory, excretory, digestive, circulatory ..."

6. Fraser's Magazine (1873)
"... 'feed'much on the professors' views of geminated consonants, we ought to try whether we can get on any better with their notion of gemmated vowels. ..."

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