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- adj. (of a leaf shape) like a spear point, with flaring pointed lobes at the base
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She was swimming toward the white spearhead-shaped rock.
The lovely green spearhead-shaped leaves are ramps – a wild cousin to leeks.
Growing out of the water were spearhead-shaped leaves and white three-petaled flowers that darkened to purple at the center, and she knew the starchy tuber of the plant was filling and good.
A typical "giant" spearhead-shaped crystal is only about four microns long, which means that hundreds would fit on the period at the end of this sentence.
The lake, a spearhead-shaped water body which at its maximum can cover close to 600 square km, has been almost totally dry since the 1970s.
A typical sample of the "giant" spearhead-shaped crystal measures about four microns long â€ "meaning about a hundred would fit at the period end of a sentence, the researchers note.