Dedalous \Ded"a*lous\, a. See {D[ae]dalous}. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • dædalous — dædalous, a. Bot. (ˈdiːdələs) Also dedalous. [f. L. dædal us cunningly wrought + ous.] Of leaves: ‘Having a margin with various windings and turnings; of a beautiful and delicate texture’ (Webster 1828, citing Martyn, and Lee) …   Useful english dictionary

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