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Petaled  adj.  (Bot.) Having petals; as, a petaled flower; opposed to apetalous, and much used in compounds; as, one-petaled, three-petaled, etc.

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"Petaled" Quotes from Famous Books

... is that named Fuji-san, but commonly termed in English Fujiyama or Fusiyama. It is in the vicinity of the capital, and is the most prominent object in the landscape for many miles around. The apex is shaped somewhat like an eight-petaled lotus flower, and offers to view from different directions ...
— The San Francisco Calamity • Various

... feathers, making ineffectual attempts at pecking one another, or else hunched in silent heron-dream. They were scarcely more alive than the creeping, hour-hand tendrils about them, mere double-stemmed, fluffy petaled blossoms, no more strange than the nearest vegetable blooms—the cannon-ball mystery, the sand-box puzzle, sinister orchids, and the false color-alarms of the white-bracted silver-leaf. Compared with these, perching herons are right and ...
— Edge of the Jungle • William Beebe

Words linked to "Petaled" :   three-petaled, gamopetalous, four-petalled, polypetalous, sympetalous, four-petaled

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