Definition of Lenticule

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lenticule

lenticular galaxies
lenticular galaxy
lenticular ganglion
lenticular image
lenticular loop
lenticular nucleus
lenticular papillae
lenticular process of incus
lenticular progressive degeneration
lenticular syphilid
lenticularis
lenticularly
lenticulars
lenticule (current term)
lenticules
lenticulo-optic
lenticulopapular
lenticulostriate
lenticulostriate arteries
lenticulothalamic
lenticulus
lentiform
lentiform bone
lentiform nucleus
lentigines
lentiginose
lentiginosis
lentiginous

Literary usage of Lenticule

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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1898)
"This lenticule was forty feet below the old surface at this point ; but this surface rose on going west, so that in a distance of fifty feet it was sixty ..."

2. Pennsylvania Glaciation, First Phase: Materials for a Discussion of the by Edward Higginson Williams (1917)
"Clay lenticule with iceberg burden, in Lower Indian Hollow sands, Warren Co. FIG. 43. ... Figure 42 shows a 14-inch lenticule of clay 6 feet long, at 1285, ..."

3. Flore française, ou, Descriptions succinctes de toutes les plantes qui by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (1815)
"lenticule sans racines. ... Wiggers la regarde comme le premier pement de la lenticule à plusieurs racines. ..."

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