from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Finely toothed or notched; minutely dentate: denticulate leaves; denticulate fish scales.
- adj. Architecture Having dentils.
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- adj. Finely dentate, as a leaf edge; bearing many small toothlike structures.
- adj. Having dentils.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with denticles; notched into little toothlike projections.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Finely dented; edged with minute tooth-like projections: as, a denticulate leaf, calyx, etc.
- In architecture, formed into dentils.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a very finely toothed margin
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The other hitherto known species of the genus, have broad leaves, more or less denticulate, with patent nerves.
The leaves, which are frequently damaged by insects, are alternate, elliptical, 6-20 cm long, 5-10 cm wide, entire, denticulate or sinuate.
The other species which yield buchu are _B. serratifolia_, having linear-lanceolate sharply serrulate leaves, and _B. betulina_, the leaves of which are cuneate-obovate, with denticulate margins.
Stem with 2 to 4 pairs of opposite scales or buds below the compound leaves; leaflets glabrous, entire or denticulate _J. regia_
The leaves are also smaller than those of that species; obovate, lanceolate, denticulate, and very mealy underneath.
The leaves are heart-shaped, acutely lobed, denticulate, slightly wrinkled, hairy on both sides, and more or less spotted or splashed with brown spots on the main ribs; the leaf stalks are long, and carry the foliage gracefully.
"The Government is confident that the foregoing general ruling will enable junior and inexperienced officers, temporarily employed on famine duty, to classify appropriately and with facility as denticulate or edentulous all individuals afflicted with dental hiatus, mal-conformation and labefaction, without further reference to higher authority."
Head globose; antennæ longer than the body, and very slender and setaceous; the prothorax forming a slender neck; the anterior wings with one marginal and three submarginal cells; the femora slightly incrassate, not denticulate; the tarsi 5-jointed.
_Megischus_; on examination, however, it will be found that it differs from that genus in the neuration of the anterior wings; its femora are not denticulate, in which character it differs from both _Megischus_ and