spinose

[adj] - having spines
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Spinose

Spi·nose' adjective [ Latin spinosus , from spina a thorn.] Full of spines; armed with thorns; thorny.
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spinose

Bearing spines. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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spinose

adjective having spines
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Spinose

• (a.) Full of spines; armed with thorns; thorny.
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spinose

Type: Term Pronunciation: spī′nōs Synonyms: spinous
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Spinose

having a stiff and tough acuminate tip
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Spinose

Spiny.
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