Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, divided chevronwise and also by a line drawn palewise from the top of the field to the point of the chevron; hence, divided into three pieces: said of the field. Also called party per pale and chevroné.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of graft.
“[I] The term grafted, as here used, embraces budded trees as well.”
“In 1937, he had experimentally cross skin grafted a pair of identical twins and documented permanent graft survival in both twins.”
“Postulating a shared placental circulation between the two, he cross skin grafted them successfully (15).”
“This may arise from the progeny by solitary reproduction so much more exactly resembling the parent, as is well seen in grafted trees compared with seedling ones; the fruit of the former always resembling that of the parent tree, but not so of the latter.”
“I can’t help but think it’s actually a kids’ show with an ‘adult’ skin grafted onto it.”
“There are many thousands of women who are compelled to fight the battle of life, upon whom an unjust disease has been grafted, which is sapping their strength and vitality, and which they do not appreciate or understand.”
“In these calculations, Mann has, by the way "grafted" the 1980-1995 instrumental record onto the proxy record up to 1980 and used the grafted values in calculation of the coefficients.”
“White people, it contended, were "grafted" from black people 6,000 years ago by an ancient black scientist named Yakub.”
“I listened with incredulity to how a "mad scientist Mr. Yacub" had genetically "grafted" the white race from an original black people.”
“Sometimes they are whole or piece root grafted which is equally as good a method of propagation.”
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