lanceted
adjective Date: 1855 having a lancet arch or lancet windows

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  • lanceted — [lan′sitid] adj. having lancet arches or windows …   English World dictionary

  • lanceted — /lan si tid, lahn /, adj. having lancet headed openings. [1850 55; LANCET + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • lanceted — lan·cet·ed …   English syllables

  • lanceted — /ˈlænsətəd/ (say lansuhtuhd), /ˈlans / (say lahns ) adjective having a lancet arch or lancet windows …   Australian English dictionary

  • lanceted — sə̇d.ə̇d adjective : having a lancet arch or lancet windows * * * /lan si tid, lahn /, adj. having lancet headed openings. [1850 55; LANCET + ED3] * * * lanˈceted adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑lancet …   Useful english dictionary

  • lancet — [ lα:nsɪt] noun a small, broad two edged surgical knife or blade with a sharp point. Derivatives lanceted adjective Origin ME (also denoting a small lance): from OFr. lancette, dimin. of lance a lance …   English new terms dictionary

  • lancet — n. a small broad two edged surgical knife with a sharp point. Phrases and idioms: lancet arch (or light or window) a narrow arch or window with a pointed head. Derivatives: lanceted adj. Etymology: ME f. OF lancette (as LANCE) …   Useful english dictionary

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