aciliate

adjective acil·i·ate \(ˈ)ā-¦si-lē-ət, -ˌāt\
variants: or

aciliated

\(ˈ)ā-¦si-lē-ˌā-təd\

Definition of aciliate

  1. :  without cilia

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Origin and Etymology of aciliate

2a- + ciliate, ciliated


First Known Use: 1834


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