Definition of Lacunose

1. a. Furrowed or pitted; having shallow cavities or lacunæ; as, a lacunose leaf.



Definition of Lacunose

1. Adjective. Full of gaps or lacunae. ¹

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Definition of Lacunose

1. marked by shallow depressions [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacunose

lacunal
lacunar
lacunar abscess
lacunar amnesia
lacunar ligament
lacunar skull
lacunar state
lacunar tonsillitis
lacunaria
lacunars
lacunary
lacunas
lacunate
lacune
lacunes
lacunose (current term)
lacunous
lacunule
lacus
lacus lacrimalis
lacustral
lacustrine
lacwork
lacworks
lacy
lad
lad's love
lad culture
ladanum

Literary usage of Lacunose

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1. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, Or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of by Robert Kaye Greville (1825)
"ly reddish, much compressed, more or less of an erect, obovate form, slightly inflated, undulated, or even lacunose, and sometimes bifid, or inclining to be ..."

2. A Manual of British Lichens: Containing Descriptions of All the Species and by William Mudd (1861)
"... internally lacunose. GENUS 1. CLADONIA, (Hoffm.) After a careful examination of several hundred specimens, from various localities, of the species ..."

3. The Forest Flora of North-west and Central India: A Handbook of the by John Lindsay Stewart, Dietrich Brandis (1874)
"Leaves simple, membranous or thinly coriaceous, not lacunose, Leaves simple, obovate or oblanceolate, coriaceous, not lacunose, entire, or with large ..."

4. A Synopsis of the Lichenes of New England, the Other Northern States, and by Edward Tuckerman (1848)
"Appears to me to differ from R. scopulorum in its softish, plane, often deeply lacunose, and thin thallus, as well as in the apothecia. ..."

5. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1890)
"... in young specimens, but in the adult, in which there are six septa, three of these are complete, and the three earlier ones incomplete or lacunose. ..."

6. The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales by Linnean Society of New South Wales (1886)
"lacunose tissue of the vestibule. (S). The reticulate body of the sponge itself. ... lacunose system of the vestibule. (S). Portions of the real sponge ..."

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