Radiculose Ra*dic"u*lose` (r[.a]*d[i^]k"[-u]*l[=o]s`), a. (Bot.) Producing numerous radicles, or rootlets. [1913 Webster]

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  • radiculose — adjective Producing many rootlets or radicles …   Wiktionary

  • radiculose — ra·dic·u·lose …   English syllables

  • radiculose — (ˈ)ra|dikyəˌlōs, (ˈ)rā| adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary radicul (from Latin radicula small root, diminutive of radic , radix root) + ose more at root : producing numerous rootlets * * * radicˈulose …   Useful english dictionary

  • radicle —   n. rootlike organ or part; Botany, portion of seed developing into root; Chemical, radical.    ♦ radicolous, a. living on roots.    ♦ radicular, a.    ♦ radiculitis, n. inflammation of nerve root.    ♦ radiculose, a. having many rootlets …   Dictionary of difficult words

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