Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, without any pointed process or awn: opposed to mucronate, cuspidate, aristate, and the like.
- In zoology, unarmed, as a digit not provided with a claw, the shank of a bird not furnished with a spur, or the jaw of a mammal without teeth: opposed to unguiculate, calcarate, dentate, etc. Also mutic.
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