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- adj. Nearly equal
- adj. Describing a set of numbers, none of which is as great as the sum of all the rest
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Nearly equal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Nearly equal.
- Related as several numbers of which no one is as large as the sum of the rest.
This is a subsection of northwest trending hills with subequal summits, rounded ridges, steep sides, and narrow canyons.
Parallel ranges and valleys on folded, faulted and metamorphosed strata; rounded crests of subequal height.
Parallel ranges, folded, faulted and metamorphosed strata; rounded crests of subequal height.
The first and the second glumes are subequal and empty, and the first glume is winged along the inflated margins.
The first two glumes are subequal or unequal, persistent; the first glume is 1-nerved and the second glume is 1 - to 7-nerved.
The first two glumes are membranous, lanceolate, and subequal.
The first and the second glumes are subequal, membranous.
Male spikelets are geminate, one sessile and one pedicelled, 2-flowered or imperfect, and with four glumes, which are subequal.
The second and the third glumes are subequal 5 - to 7-nerved.
The _empty glumes_ are subequal or the first is a little shorter, ovate, acute, membranous, keeled, and sometimes the keels with glands; the
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