tuberculosectorial

adjective
tu·ber·cu·lo·sectorial | \tə¦bərkyə(ˌ)lō+\

Definition of tuberculosectorial 

: of, relating to, or being a lower molar occurring in many carnivorous mammals (as the dog) and being laterally compressed with sharp anterior cusps and a heel composed of low blunt cusps

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First Known Use of tuberculosectorial

1886, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tuberculosectorial

tubercul- + sectorial

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