Definition of Subaxial

1. somewhat axial [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subaxial

subatomic particle
subatomic particles
subatomically
subatoms
subattribute
subattributes
subaudi
subaudible
subaudio
subaudite
subaudition
subauditions
subaural
subaverage
subaverages
subaxial (current term)
subaxillary
subbag
subbags
subband
subbands
subbasal
subbase
subbases
subbasin
subbasins
subbasis

Literary usage of Subaxial

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

1. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1889)
"subaxial peak, here £ inch in length, which meets it at nearly a right angle. This aspect of the subaxial peak has somewhat the appearance of having on it ..."

2. A Manual of the Mollusca: Being a Treatise on Recent and Fossil Shellsby Samuel Peckworth Woodward, Ralph Tate by Samuel Peckworth Woodward, Ralph Tate (1880)
"... penultimate whorl the largest, last whorl separate and descending, subaxial small ; aperture subcircular, entire, toothed; margin expanded. ..."

3. Structural and Systematic Conchology: An Introduction to the Study of the by George Washington Tryon (1883)
"... the penultimate whorl large, the last descending, solute, subaxial, small; aperture with continuous peristome, and parietal tooth. Operculum unknown. ..."

4. Catalogue of the Fossil Sponges in the Geological Department of the British by George Jennings Hinde (1883)
"They are composed of relatively large, axial or subaxial, three- and four- rayed spicules, the rays of which, in some cases, reach to '5 mm. in length and ..."

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