Definition of Rimosely

1. adv. In a rimose manner.



Definition of Rimosely

1. Adverb. In a rimose manner. ¹

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Definition of Rimosely

1. rimose [adv] - See also: rimose

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rimosely

riminesses
riming
riminophenazines
rimkorolgite
rimland
rimland theory
rimlands
rimless
rimmed
rimmer
rimmers
rimming
rimmings
rimonabant
rimose
rimosely (current term)
rimosities
rimosity
rimous
rimple
rimpled
rimples
rimpling
rimrock
rimrocks
rims
rimshot
rimshots
rimstone
rimstones

Literary usage of Rimosely

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1. Guide to Sowerby's Models of British Fungi in the Department of Botany by Worthington George Smith (1908)
"... when young slightly silky with white fibrils, at length rimosely incised and torn into fibrils ; flesh same colour; gills adnate, ventricose, broad, ..."

2. Hymenomycetes Britannici: British Fungi (Hymenomycetes) by John Stevenson (1886)
"broad, fragile, not very crowded, at first clay-white, then pale nmber^ fuscous-spotted in appearance. The vertex of the pileus at length becomes rimosely ..."

3. British Fungus-flora: A Classified Text-book of Mycology by George. Massee (1893)
"Pileus compact, rigid, obtuse, plano-convex, margin at first incurved, at length depressed, 3 in. and more broad, even, becoming rimosely ..."

4. Synopsis of the British Basidiomycetes: A Descriptive Catalogue of the by Worthington George Smith (1908)
"... and rimosely incised, fuscous-cinereous, blotted, becoming pale, or deep umber with whitish marg. St. equal, smooth, lustrous, grey-whitish. ..."

5. American Boletes by William A. Murrill (1914)
"... surface white or whitish, subglabrous, rimosely areolate, the areolae unequal and appearing like frustra of polygonal pyramids; context whitish, ..."

6. Mycologia Scotia: The Fungi of Scotland and Their Geographical Distribution by John Stevenson, Cryptogamic Society of Scotland (1879)
"... often rimosely incised, at length becoming yellow with a darker shade at the dise, 2-3 inches broad, flesh white ; stem somewhat hollow, equal, curved, ..."

7. Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly (1911)
"Bul 75, p.18 Pileus fleshy, firm, convex, fibrillose on the margin, rimosely squamose in the center, ochraceous or ochraceous buff, flesh whitish or ..."

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