diverticulate

adjective di·ver·tic·u·late \-lə̇t, usually -ə̇t+V\
variants: less commonly

diverticulated

\-ˌlātə̇d, -ātə̇d\

Definition of diverticulate

  1. :  having a diverticulum

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Origin and Etymology of diverticulate

New Latin diverticulum + English -ate, -ated


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