Hispid

• (a.) Beset with stiff hairs or bristles. • (a.) Rough with bristles or minute spines.
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hispid

adjective (of animals or plants) having stiff coarse hairs or bristles; `plants with hispid stems`
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Hispid

His'pid adjective [ Latin hispidus : confer French hispide .] 1. Rough with bristles or minute spines. 2. (Bot. & Zoology) Beset with stiff hairs or bristles.
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hispid

Bearing stiff, bristly hairs. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hispid

having long erect rigid hairs or bristles, harsh to touch.
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hispid

having rigid hairs.
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Hispid

Provided with stiff or bristly hairs.
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hispid

rough with or covered with strong hairs or bristles
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Hispid

rough-haired
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Hispid

rough-haired
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Hispid

with bristles or strong hairs
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Hispid

with bristles or strong hairs
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Hispid

With long, stiff, straight hairs.
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hispid

with stout, rigid or bristly, erect hairs
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hispid

[adj] - (of animals or plants) having stiff coarse hairs or bristles
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