A tough protective covering outside the epidermis of many invertebrates and plants; cuticle.(noun)
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Use "cuticula" in a sentence
"This is known as the cuticula dentis, or Nasmyths membrane, and is believed to be the last-formed layer of enamel derived from the adamantoblasts, which has not become calcified."
"L — n seemed a little confounded at this remark, and assured him it was nothing but a common excrescence of the cuticula, but that the bones were all sound below; for the truth of this assertion he appealed to the touch, desiring he would feel the part."
"Potest etiam cuticula, quae supra nervum est, sui, pulvisque rubens, qui jam dictus est, superaspergi, quae cura non est inutilis, aliquos enim non solum conglutinatas, sed etiam consolidatas, nostra cura prospeximus."