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- adv. In a palmate fashion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a palmate manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a palmate manner; so as to be palmate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a palmate manner
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Fatsia japonica is a striking ivy shrub with broad, palmately divided leaves that occurs on islands of the south coast.
(Samburu: naisichoi), a stout plant with palmately veined leaves and relatively larger basal lobes.
The leaves are petiolate, often cordate, with strongly marked reticulate veining (unusual for a monocotyledon), sometimes lobed, occasionally palmately compound.
-- Trees 15° in height, trunk covered with large leaf scars, wood soft and brittle, the long-petioled, palmately-lobed leaves growing in a crown and giving the tree the general appearance of
_Leaves: _ Rounded, deeply and palmately lobed, the 5 to 9 lobes often cleft.
_Leaves: _ Opposite, on slender petioles; lower ones rounded, 2 to 4 in. broad, palmately cut into 2 to 5 lobes; upper leaves narrower, 3-cleft or 3-toothed.
It is also palmately lobed, which means the leaf has five "arms."
It is also [[palmately]] lobed, which means the leaf has five "arms."
Quercus (oaks) palmately lobed: indented with the indentations reaching to the center, such as
"Those leaves are '_pinnately compound_' and '_palmately compound_' according as their leaflets are arranged like a feather or like the palm of your hand.