muticate

adjective mu·ti·cate \-təˌkāt, -tə̇kə̇t\
variants: less commonly

muticous

\-tə̇kəs\

Definition of muticate

  1. :  growing without an awn or point

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Origin and Etymology of muticate

muticate from Latin muticus docked + English -ate; muticous from Latin muticus


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