baccate

IPA: bækeɪt

adjective

  • (botany) Pulpy throughout, like a berry; said of fruits.
  • Looking like a berry.
  • Producing berries.

Examples of "baccate" in Sentences

  • Woods entirely of A. densa, with a small baccate-like deciduous leaved tree.
  • Schlechtendal describes [540] the ordinarily baccate fruit of a vine as becoming dry, and even dehiscing by valves like a capsule.
  • Because of this hegemony, many faculty on the left have softened into baccate self-caricatures, unable to tolerate dissent, and unwilling to think hard enough to justify their own positions.

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