Definition of Decorticated

1. Adjective. Having had the outer covering removed ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Decorticated

1. decorticate [v] - See also: decorticate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Decorticated

decorously
decorousness
decorousnesses
decorrelate
decorrelated
decorrelates
decorrelating
decorrelation
decorrelations
decorrellation
decors
decorticate
decorticate reflex
decorticate rigidity
decorticate state
decorticated (current term)
decorticates
decorticating
decortication
decortications
decorticator
decorticators
decorum
decorums
decos
decose
decoses
decoupage
decoupaged
decoupages

Literary usage of Decorticated

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1880)
"An Experiment on tlie Comparative Value of Linseed- cake and a Mixture of decorticated Cotton-cake and Maize-meal for fattening Bullocks. By DR. ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"The fibre exhibited was decorticated in a hand machine invented by M. Faure, Messrs. J. Planta and Co., Swiss merchants, of Alexandria, who have established ..."

3. The Fossil Flora of Great Britain: Or, Figures and Descriptions of the by John Lindley, William Hutton (1837)
"A portion of another specimen of tho same fossil, shewing the interior surface or decorticated state, after the removal of the coaly shell. la this specimen ..."

4. Publication by Field Columbian Museum (1903)
"... had decorticated a few of the dogwood sticks, to be mentioned presently, he took up a large knife and began trimming up the edges of the sods, ..."

5. A Manual of Conchology: According to the System Laid Down by Lamarck, with by Thomas Wyatt, A. M. Thomas Wyatt (1838)
"... decorticated; internal disc of the valves white, thick, and callous. FAMILY IV. ... decorticated ..."

6. Report of the Secretary for Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1865)
"The difference in the composition of the two is very great; the decorticated meal contains sixteen per cent, of oil—more than any other description of ..."

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