Definition of vermiculate in English:

vermiculate

Line breaks: ver¦micu|late
Pronunciation: /vəˈmɪkjʊlət
 
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adjective

1 another term for vermicular.
More example sentences
  • A very loose soil medium, augmented with vermiculate, or even orchid fir bark suits them all right.
  • They were germinated axenically in jars containing vermiculate wetted with culture medium of Ingestad.
2 another term for vermiculated.
More example sentences
  • Ridges fuse to form a vermiculate to irregularly and incompletely reticulate pattern.

Origin

early 17th century: from Latin vermiculatus, past participle of vermiculari 'be full of worms' (see vermicular).

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