Included

• (a.) Inclosed; confined. • (imp. & p. p.) of Include
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included

adjective enclosed in the same envelope or package; `the included check`
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Included

In·clud'ed adjective Inclosed; confined. Included stamens (Botany) , such as are shorter than the floral envelopes, or are concealed within them.
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Included

enclosed within
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Included

enclosed within
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included

Enclosed, not protruding. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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included

enclosed, not protruding; for example stamens within the corolla.
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Included

not exserted or protruding beyond the surrounding organ
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Included

not exserted or protruding beyond the surrounding organ
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Included

Not protruded, as stamens not projecting from the corolla.
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included

not protruding beyond some enclosing organ, e.g. stamens which do not project beyond the corolla or to valves which do not extend beyond the rim of a capsular fruit. cf. exserted
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included

[adj] - enclosed in the same envelope or package
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