Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In oölogy, elliptical, as an egg, in long section, and therefore having both ends alike; not distinguishable as to point and butt.

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Examples

  • If a bilaterally symmetric creature were equal-ended, the nerve cords would, understandably enough, be expected to be equal-ended as well.

    The Human Brain

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