Corticated
Corticate Cor"ti*cate (k?r"t?-k?t), Corticated Cor"ti*ca`ted (-k?`t?d), a. [L. corticatus.] Having a special outer covering of a nature unlike the interior part. [1913 Webster]

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  • corticated — adj. covered with crust; having a special outer covering of a nature unlike the interior partv. having a cortex, having an exterior covering or layer …   English contemporary dictionary

  • corticated — cor·ti·cat·ed …   English syllables

  • corticated — ˌkād.ə̇d adjective Etymology: Latin corticatus + English ed : corticate …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corticate — Cor ti*cate (k?r t? k?t), Corticated Cor ti*ca ted ( k? t?d), a. [L. corticatus.] Having a special outer covering of a nature unlike the interior part. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • corticate — cortication, n. /kawr ti kit, kayt /, adj. having a cortex. Also, corticated. [1840 50; < L corticatus, equiv. to cortic (s. of cortex) CORTEX + atus ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • corticate — /ˈkɔtəkət/ (say kawtuhkuht), / keɪt/ (say kayt) adjective having a cortex. Also, corticated. {Latin corticātus having bark} …   Australian English dictionary

  • corticate — [kôr′tikōs΄kôr′tikit, kôr′tikāt΄] adj. [L corticatus < cortex] 1. having a cortex 2. covered with bark or a barklike substance: Also corticated [kôr′tikāt΄id] or corticose [kôr′tikōs΄] …   English World dictionary

  • corticate — adj. (also corticated) 1 having bark or rind. 2 barklike. Etymology: L corticatus (as CORTEX) …   Useful english dictionary

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