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Definition of Striated
1. striate [v] - See also: striate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Striated
Literary usage of Striated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1887)
"All the smoothed surfaces on one side are striated in the same direction ; those on the other side are striated similarly to ..."
2. Text-book of Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses by Diana Clifford Kimber (1902)
"The striated muscle is nearly always under the control of the will, ... Voluntary, striated muscle is composed of long slender fibres measuring on an ..."
3. The Microscope: And Its Revelations by William B[enjamin] Carpenter (1856)
"By carefully separating these, we may obtain the ultimate 'muscular fibre. This fibre exists under two forms, the striated and the non-striated. ..."
4. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1843)
"... which form a little tooth at the edge of the outer lip ; inner lip wanting; base of the pillar thick, vitreous, obliquely striated, and turned outwards. ..."
5. Elements of Mineralogy by Richard Kirwan (1810)
"Fracture, thick or thin, plane granularly foliated, rarely curved, frequently passes into the striated. Hardness, 6. Specific gravity of a specimen ..."