from The Century Dictionary.

  • In botany, stuffed; crammed or full; without vacuities: opposed to tubular or hollow: as, a farctate leaf, stem, or pericarp. Also applied to the stipes of Agaricini.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Bot.), obsolete Stuffed; filled solid; ; -- opposed to tubular or hollow.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun rare, obsolete The state of having overeaten.
  • adjective botany, obsolete Stuffed; filled solid.


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Latin farctus, past participle of farcire. See farce.


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  • Precisely how a force-fed goose must feel.

    August 28, 2009

  • *snort*

    August 28, 2009

  • Century Dictionary, via Wordnik, says this means "stuffed; crammed or full; without vacuities."

    Without vacuities. Nice.

    August 28, 2009

  • I'm feeling kinda without vacuities right now. Glurgh.

    August 28, 2009

  • I need dessert to fill my remaining vacuities.

    August 31, 2009

  • JM is over eating to a farctate state!

    April 2, 2010