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dissected

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adjective dis·sect·ed \-ˈsek-təd\

Definition of dissected

  1. 1 :  cut deeply into fine lobes <a dissected leaf>

  2. 2 :  divided into hills and ridges (as by gorges) <a dissected plateau>



1652

First Known Use of dissected

1652



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