Villiform

Vil'liĀ·form adjective [ Villus + - form .] Having the form or appearance of villi; like close-set fibers, either hard or soft; as, the teeth of perch are villiform .
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Villiform

• (a.) Having the form or appearance of villi; like close-set fibers, either hard or soft; as, the teeth of perch are villiform.
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villiform

villiform 1. In the form of or resembling a minute projection; a villus. 2. Having the form of a villus or of villi. 3. Shaped and set so as to resemble the pile of velvet; such as, the teeth of certain fishes.
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villiform

of the form or shape of velvet
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