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Definition of "fasciated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of fasciate. (verb)
  • Fasciate (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fasciated" in a sentence
  • "Many monstrosities, such as fasciated branches, pitchers, split leaves, peloric flowers, and others constitute such ever-sporting varieties, repeating their anomalies year by year and generation after generation, changing as much as possible, but remaining absolutely true within their limits as long as the variety exists."
  • "(_Celosia cristata_), which is an annual, there are several races in which the flower-stem is wonderfully "fasciated" or compressed; and one has been exhibited [788] actually eighteen inches in breadth."
  • "Taking those themes I have always been fasciated by STL ships (generation ships) like Clarke's Rama because the idea of taking a world with you rather than just a tiny ship seems really cool."
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