Rimose

• (a.) Full of rimes, fissures, or chinks. • (a.) Having long and nearly parallel clefts or chinks, like those in the bark of trees.
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rimose

adjective having a surface covered with a network of cracks and small crevices; `a tree with rimose bark`
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Rimose

Ri·mose' adjective [ Latin rimosus , from rima a chink: confer French rimeux .] 1. Full of rimes, fissures, or chinks. 2. (Nat. Hist.) Having long and nearly parallel clefts or chinks, like those in the bark of trees.
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rimose

cracked.
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rimose

full of chinks; covered with cracks
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rimose

rimose, rimous 1. Fissured; marked by cracks in all directions, like the crackle of porcelain. 2. Having many crevices, cracks, or fissures.
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rimose

Type: Term Pronunciation: rī′mōs Definitions: 1. Fissured; marked by cracks in all directions, like the crackle of porcelain.
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Rimose

With cracks or chinks.
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rimose

[adj] - having a surface covered with a network of cracks and small crevices
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