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lanceolate

 [lan´se-o-lát]
shaped like a small blade or lance.

lanceolate

(lăn′sē-ə-lāt′)
adj.
Shaped like the head of a lance; tapering from a rounded base toward the apex: lanceolate leaves.

lan′ce·o·late′ly adv.

lanceolate

(of plant structures) tapering to a point.

Lanceolate

Narrow, leaf shape that is longer than it is wide, and pointed at the end.
Mentioned in: Echinacea
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