Lexicographical Neighbors of Plicately
Literary usage of Plicately
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Journal of Conchology by George Washington Tryon, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Conchological Section (1867)
"Shell sharply conical, narrowly perforate ; whorls flatly sloping, transversely grooved, plicately wrinkled longitudinally and ..."
2. Natal Plants: Descriptions and Figures of Natal Indigenous Plants, with ...by John Medley Wood, Maurice Smethurst Evans by John Medley Wood, Maurice Smethurst Evans (1904)
"BLADES long, plicately folded when young, at length opening out. ... BLADES not plicately folded when young; panicles usually spike-like and dense or ..."
3. Hand-book of Indian Flora: Being a Guide to All the Flowering Plants by Herber Drury (1866)
"Calyx long-tubular, plicately 5-angled, somewhat •equally 5-toothed, ... two or 3-times shorter than the calyx : calyx plicately five-angled, truncated, ..."
4. Catalogue of the Marine Mollusca of New Zealand: With Diagnoses of the Species by Dominion Museum (N.Z.), Frederick Wollaston Hutton (1873)
"Ovato-trigonal, slightly ventricose, smooth, with fine longitudinal striae; lunule and area plicately striated; anterior side rather shorter, ..."