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- adjective having many lobes
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The tents were many-lobed, and flaps were generally left open.
He lays much stress upon likeness of shape and of relative size, comparing, for instance, the large multilobate liver of the human foetus with the many-lobed liver of lower Vertebrates and of Invertebrates.
The many-lobed but united leaves, at the root five or six inches long, are irregularly beautiful.