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setaceous

 [se-ta´shus]
bristle-like.

se·ta·ceous

(sē-tā'shŭs),
1. Having bristles.
2. Resembling a bristle.
[L. seta, a bristle]

setaceous

/se·ta·ceous/ (se-ta´shus) bristlelike.

setaceous

(sĭ-tā′shəs)
adj.
1. Having or consisting of bristles; bristly: a setaceous moth.
2. Resembling bristles or a bristle: setaceous whiskers.

setaceous

[sētā′shəs]
having or resembling bristles.

se·ta·ceous

(sē-tā'shŭs)
1. Having bristles.
2. Resembling a bristle.
[L. seta, a bristle]

setaceous

bristly.

setaceous

bristle-like.
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