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incrassate

verb

Definition of incrassate

-ed/-ing/-s
obsolete

incrassation

noun, plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of incrassate

Late Latin incrassatus, past participle of incrassare, from Latin in- 2in- + crassare to thicken, from crassus thick


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incrassate

adjective in·cras·sate \ ə̇nˈkraˌsāt \
variants: or less commonly incrassated \-ātə̇d\

Definition of incrassate

2 of a plant or animal structure :swollen, inflated
  • an incrassate cell wall

Origin and Etymology of incrassate

Late Latin incrassatus


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