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- adv. In a radiate manner; with radiation or divergence from a centre.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a radiate manner; with radiation or divergence from a center.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a radiate manner; with radiation from a common center; radially.
Ciliate: Hair-like extensions, radiately placed (Fig. 149, j).
The caps are very irregular in shape, curved, repand, radiately furrowed, sometimes zoned; gray, or hair-brown in color, with a perceptibly hairy surface, the hairs running in lines on the surface.
-- Agaricus silvicola, showing radiately torn lower part of veil.
-- Under view of plant showing radiately torn under side of the double veil. (3/4 natural size.)
Shell thick, strongly and radiately plicated; concentrically laminated and imbricate; upper valve nearly flat; pliated towards the margin; beaks laterally curved; very variable.
Shell medium size; both valves convex with twenty-three or twenty-four ribs, prominent and angular inside at base; ribs and spaces between nearly equal; ears radiately striate.
Shell orbicular, nearly eqilateral, smooth and radiately striated; hinge with a semi-circular row of transverse teeth.
= tubes = are arranged in prominently radiating rows, the partitions often running radiately in the form of lamellæ, certain ones of them being more prominent than others as shown in Fig. 176.