Having fimbriae; fringed, as the edge of a petal or the opening of a duct.(adjective)
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Use "fimbriate" in a sentence
"Pectinato-fimbriate: having pectinations that are fringed with hair."
"Glumes four, second glume broadly fimbriate with hairs; palea of the third glume short and deeply cleft, fourth glume awned 7."
"In thalloid forms fimbriate or lobed margins or outgrowths from the surface lead to the same result."