angustirostrate

adjective
an·​gus·​ti·​ros·​trate | \ ¦aŋ¦gəstə¦-\

Definition of angustirostrate

: having a narrow rostrum or snout

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First Known Use of angustirostrate

circa 1901, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for angustirostrate

angusti- + rostrate

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