cuspate


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Synonyms for cuspate

Synonyms for cuspate

having cusps or points

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Figure 4 shows highly variable grain size and mineralogy with reduced porosity as a result of variable formation lithology, substantial cementation, and cuspate to triangular/rectangular geometries tied to the geological character of the sediment source areas in the immediately adjacent Amarillo-Wichita Mountains [11].
Median set of clypeal teeth narrow and cuspate; a blackish fascia crossing the two cubital cells and apex of second discoidal cell in forewing (Giner Mari, 1945: 854; Tsuneki, 1983a: 73).
The 'Cuspate Phase', the next phase, refers to the development of wide reaches and pointed bends of the rivers, which occurred after 2500 years ago.