Cuspidate

• (a.) Alt. of Cuspidated • (v. t.) To make pointed or sharp.
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Cuspidate

Cus'pi·date transitive verb To make pointed or sharp.
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Cuspidate

ending in a sharp hard point
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Cuspidate

ending in a sharp hard point
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cuspidate

somewhat abruptly and sharply concave and constricted into a cusp. cf. mucronate
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cuspidate

Tapering into a sharp, rigid point. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Cuspidate

Terminating abruptly into a sharp point.
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cuspidate

tipped with a cusp.
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Cuspidate

tipped with an abrupt short, sharp, firm point (compare mucronate)
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Cuspidate

tipped with an abrupt short, sharp, firm point (compare mucronate)
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cuspidate

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŭs′pi-dāt Synonyms: cuspid1
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Cuspidate

With a terminal toothlike projection.
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