Definition of Coadunate

1. a. United at the base, as contiguous lobes of a leaf.



Definition of Coadunate

1. Adjective. (botany) Closely joined (by growing together) ¹

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Definition of Coadunate

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coadunate

coadministers
coadministration
coadministrations
coadmire
coadmired
coadmires
coadmiring
coadmit
coadmits
coadmitted
coadmitting
coadsorb
coadsorbed
coadsorbing
coadsorption
coadunate (current term)
coadunation
coadunition
coadventure
coadventurer
coadventurers
coadventures
coaeval
coaevals
coafforest
coafforested
coagencies
coagency
coagent
coagents

Literary usage of Coadunate

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1. Species Filicum: Being Descriptions of the Known Ferns, Particularly of Such by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1862)
"... the entire stipes is 4-5 feet long ; the frond 4 feet long ; the ultimate pinnae (often slightly coadunate at the base) are |-} of an inch long, ..."

2. Botanical Miscellany: Containing Figures and Descriptions of Such Plants as by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1831)
"Fruit subglobose, yellow, composed of coadunate berries, angular by their mutual ... Berries coadunate, 2-celled, many-seeded! Seeds numerous, angular. ..."

3. Outlines of an Attempt to Establish a Knowledge of Extraneous Fossils on by William Martin (1809)
"Coalescent (coalescentes) uniting or growing together in particular parts only. Madrepora flexuosa, T. 31. f. 5. 6. Ellis. coadunate ..."

4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1838)
"Fruit (if succulent) inclining to be coadunate at maturity. ... Ovaries indehiscent, inclining (if succulent) to be coadunate at maturity. ..."

5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1838)
"Fruit (if succulent) inclining to be coadunate ... inclining (if succulent) to be coadunate at maturity. Albumen enclosing the embryo ; embryo straight with ..."

6. Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Garden Miscellany by William Jackson Hooker (1849)
"... scarcely pinnatifid, the uppermost ones coadunate into a tapering point ; apices of the ... with decrescent coadunate pinnules ; stipes (imperfect) and ..."

7. Botanical Miscellany: Containing Figures and Descriptions of Such Plants as by William Jackson Hooker (1831)
"Fruit subglobose, yellow, composed of coadunate berries, angular by their ... Berries coadunate, 2-celled, many-seeded ! Seeds numerous, angular. OBs. ..."

8. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842 by John Charles Frémont (1845)
"... gradually becoming coadunate towards the extremity of the ... obtuse, small, approximate, oblique, alternate, and coadunate at base ..."

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