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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spiculate.

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Examples

  • The physician took notice of his breathing hard, and his mouth being open; and from these diagnostics declared, that the liquidum nervosum was intimately affected, and the saliva impregnated with the spiculated particles of the virus, howsoever contracted.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • The thickened, spiculated leaves of lungwort rustled impatiently at my feet, calling me without words.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • His arthritis turned his young, smooth, round elbow joints into abnormally spiculated and roughened snowballs on the radiographs—indeed, the worst case I had ever seen.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • His arthritis turned his young, smooth, round elbow joints into abnormally spiculated and roughened snowballs on the radiographs—indeed, the worst case I had ever seen.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • The thickened, spiculated leaves of lungwort rustled impatiently at my feet, calling me without words.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • _Asclepias tuberosa_, with fiery red umbels, the strong-scented _Monarda fistulosa_, and an umbelliferous plant, the grass-like, spiculated leaves of which recall to mind the Southern Agaves, the _Eryngo.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator

  • "the fleecy care"; of fishes as "the scaly tribe"; and of a picket fence as a "spiculated paling."

    A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century

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