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pedate

(pĕd′āt′)
adj.
1. Resembling or functioning as a foot: pedate appendages.
2. Botany Having palmately divided lobes with the lateral lobes cleft or divided: a pedate leaf.
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pedate

(of leaves) divided in a PALMATE fashion with further divisions.
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