rugulose

adjective
ru·​gu·​lose | \ ˈrü-gyə-ˌlōs \

Definition of rugulose

: having small rugae : finely wrinkled

First Known Use of rugulose

1808, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rugulose

New Latin rugula, diminutive of Latin ruga

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ruin

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The first known use of rugulose was in 1808

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