from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a narrow borderline of another tincture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a fringed border; fimbriate.
- adj. Having a very narrow border of another tincture; -- said esp. of an ordinary or subordinary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry: Bordered or edged with a narrow band on all sides.
- Less properly, edged along one side only, as the St. Patrick's saltier in the British union jack. Also fimbriate and edged.
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G-K turned in a yellow cross on white, fimbriated with red, which didn't, you'll pardon the expression, wind up flying.
During this procedure, your doctor will make an incision near the fimbriated fingerlike end of the tube, so that the blockages or damaged tissue can be removed.
When your egg is ripe and ready to be ovulated, it gently pops from your ovary and is caught by the fimbriated ends of your fallopian tubes and quickly swept inside.
As you read earlier, the fimbriated or “fingerlike” ends of the tube “catch” your egg as it is ovulated and gently guide it inside.
"Per pall from the hoist, the upper band red (chili) and the lower band blue, with a black triangle at the hoist; over the partition lines a green pall, one fifth the width of the flag, fimbriated white against the red (chili) and blue, and gold against the black triangle at the hoist; the width of the pall and its fimbriations is one third the width of the flag."
In these flowers the calyx is normal, the tube of the corolla is traversed by ten vascular bundles, and the limb is divided into ten fimbriated lobes.
Sir GEORGE ALEXANDER, dolicocephalic, fimbriated and supra-lapsarian, interpreted the _rôle_ of the archdeacon with consummate skill.
It is caught by the fimbriated or trumpet-shaped extremity of the Fallopian tube and, moved by the wave-like motion of the cilia  of the lining of the tube, it begins its travel towards the uterus.
Flowers from apex of stem, 1½ in. long and wide, and composed of about thirty fimbriated sepals and twenty-five to forty narrow petals; colour bright purple.
One old fellow, who looked like a pirate with his red-rimmed eyes, weather-beaten skin, and fimbriated face, grinned up at me in such sardonic challenge that I walked directly in front of him and began to speak.