Definition of Lyrately
1. lyrate [adv] - See also: lyrate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyrately
Literary usage of Lyrately
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Manual of Botany of the Central Rocky Mountains (vascular Plants) by John Merle Coulter (1909)
"Puberulent or nearly glabrous: leaves low on the stem, usually lyrately- pinnatifid: calyx-tips not free: capsule 10-25 mm. long.—Wyoming and Colorado and ..."
2. A flora of western middle California by Willis Linn Jepson (1911)
"Annuals, either glabrous or sparsely hispid with coarse hairs, the lower leaves usually lyrately pinnatifid or pinnate, ... Lower leaves lyrately pinnate or ..."
3. Botany by Geological Survey of California, William Henry Brewer, Sereno Watson, Asa Gray (1880)
"Pubescent annuals; leaves lyrately pinnatifid, petioled ; flowers purplish, with long narrow calyx. 1. L. Coulteri, Hook. ..."
4. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord. Britton, Hon. Addison. Brown (1913)
"Basal leaves tufted, petioled, lyrately pinnate, the terminal segment very large, reniform-orbicular, sharply and irregularly dentate and slightly 3-5-lobed ..."
5. A Class-book of Botany: Designed for Colleges, Academies, and Other by Alphonso Wood (1869)
"Lrf. pinnate or lyrately pinnatifid; Ifls. entire, or sparingly repand-den- 2. ... Jn. L,Ts. lyrately pinnate; If», with a single tooth on one or both ..."
6. Synoptical Flora of North America by Asa Gray (1897)
"... branched, perennial: stem terete below, angled above : lower leaves lyrately ... very pale and glaucous, oblanceolate or oblong in outline, lyrately ..."
7. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Seedlings by John Lubbock (1892)
"Second pair much larger, triangular, obtuse, crenate, with more numerous nerves, and glandular, mucronate teeth. Third pair lyrately pinnatifid or ..."
8. Flora of Tropical Africa by Daniel Oliver, David Prain, William Turner Thiselton-Dyer (1877)
"... with alternate roundish toothed or more or less lyrately pinnatifid leaves and corymbose cymes of small or medium-sized capitula. ..."