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inadunate

adjective in·adu·nate \ ¦inə¦d(y)ünə̇t , (ˈ)i¦najən- \

Definition of inadunate

: not united; specifically : having the arms completely free from the calyx used of a crinoid

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Origin and Etymology of inadunate

1in- + Latin adunatus, past participle of adunare to unite, from ad- + unus one


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inadunate

noun \ " \

Definition of inadunate

plural -s
: an inadunate crinoid

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