Embryonate
Embryonate Em"bry*o*nate, Embryonated Em"bry*o*na`ted, a. (Biol.) In the state of, or having, an embryonal. [1913 Webster]

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  • embryonate — 1. SYN: embryonal. 2. Containing an embryo. 3. Impregnated. * * * em·bry·o·nate em brē ə .nāt vi, nat·ed; nat·ing of an egg or zygote to produce or differentiate into an embryo * * * em·bry·o·nate (emґbre o nāt) 1. pertaining to or… …   Medical dictionary

  • embryonate — em·bry·o·nate …   English syllables

  • embryonate — ˌnāt intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: embryon + ate of an egg or zygote : to produce or differentiate into an embryo …   Useful english dictionary

  • Embryonated — Embryonate Em bry*o*nate, Embryonated Em bry*o*na ted, a. (Biol.) In the state of, or having, an embryonal. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Polyembryonate — Pol y*em bry*o*nate, a. [Poly + embryonate.] (Bot.) Consisting of, or having, several embryos; polyembryonic. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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