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- adj. Having warts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having little knobs on the surface; verrucose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, having little knobs on the surface; verrucose: as, a warted capsule.
- In zoology, verrucose; warty; having a wart or warts; studded with warts.
"Sometimes we get surprises – pumpkins that are multicolored and warted."
What this is: gruff voice, gravelly man running the ticket booth looking strangely on, wringing warted hands, weighing my bag.
The oldest of the peasants, a woman of eighty if she were a day, dressed in a homespun mantle against the unnatural cold, and grayed and warted like a storybook witch, was their appointed speaker.
The head looked up and Seavers found himself looking into the wrinkled, warted face of a homeless man who had traded his rags for a suit.
Nightnurse, warted with worry. past history (older) - current exam
FRUIT: Divided into several warted greenish brown round or ovoid carpels, yellow when ripe.
Pribluda was the one man who didn't speak, the one who was content with silent menace, a warted brooding under wetted hair.
For it is indeed an Iron Toad, faithfully rendered, thousand-warted and some say faintly smiling, a foot long at its longest, lurking at the bottom of a rank shit-stained toilet and hooked up to the European Grid through a rheostat control rigged to deliver varying though not lethal surges of voltage and current.
At first it seemed all made of flowing hair which gradually compressed until it formed the outline of a creature with the heavily muscled body of a gorilla, though the hide was thick and warted like that of a rhinoceros.
I almost expected my monster-seeming to vanish as that current washed strongly about my warted and scaled skin.
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