Definition of Prolately

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolately

prolamine
prolamines
prolamins
prolans
prolapse
prolapsed
prolapses
prolapsing
prolapsion
prolapsions
prolapsus
prolate
prolate cycloid
prolated
prolately (current term)
prolateness
prolates
prolaticity
prolating
prolation
prolations
prolative
prolative case
prolative cases
prole
proled
proleg
prolegate
prolegates

Literary usage of Prolately

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1. The Micrographic Dictionary: A Guide to the Examination and Investigation of by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey (1883)
"... spheroidal : var. ß, prolately spheroidal; Al. ovoidea, D.'Orb., elongate-oval; Al. sabulosa, ..."

2. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1872)
"... prolately spheroidal in shape; the internal structure, however, though obscure, is not that of ..."

3. Manual of Geology: Theoretical and Practical by John Phillips (1885)
"... and to form reefs of limestone analogous to the existing coral reefs of the Pacific, growing or spreading prolately over the bed of the ocean. 1 tr. ..."

4. Manual of Geology: Theoretical and Practical by John Phillips, Robert Etheridge, Harry Govier Seeley (1885)
"... and to form reefs of limestone analogous to the existing coral reefs of the Pacific, growing or spreading prolately over the bed of the ocean. ..."

5. Structure and Classification of Zoophytes by James Dwight Dana (1846)
"One or more polyps at a point in a folium begin to bud and grow prolately upward; and bud follows bud, until the protuberance becomes a branch. ..."

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