American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Resembling a berry in texture or form; berrylike.
- adj. Bearing berries.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. botany Pulpy throughout, like a berry; said of fruits. Asa Gray.
- adj. Looking like a berry
- adj. Producing berries
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Bot.) Pulpy throughout, like a berry; -- said of fruits.
- adj. resembling a berry
- adj. producing or bearing berries
- From Latin baccātus ("set or adorned with berries or pearls"), from bacca ("berry; pearl"). (Wiktionary)
- From Latin bacca, berry. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Because of this hegemony, many faculty on the left have softened into baccate self-caricatures, unable to tolerate dissent, and unwilling to think hard enough to justify their own positions.”
“Schlechtendal describes  the ordinarily baccate fruit of a vine as becoming dry, and even dehiscing by valves like a capsule.”
“Woods entirely of A. densa, with a small baccate-like deciduous leaved tree.”
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Different kinds of berries. In particular it's a list of those with -berry in the name, regardless of whether they are true berries or not. According to Schlockipedia, the botanical class of berrie...
Words in which the "-ate" suffix is used to mean "having," "resembling," "-like."
shapely adjectives and descriptors
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the APG II phylogenetic classification plus various other new biological terms (new to me or just newly invented)
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