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Lexicographically close words:
capitalizing; capitall; capitally; capitals; capitanes; capitation; capite; capiti; capitis; capitols
  1. Pistils from five to ten, capitate at their summits, affixed laterally to the middle of the seeds, as in Alchemilla.

  2. This has been observed in pelargoniums and in the Chinese primrose, in both of which the effect was to replace the umbellate form of inflorescence by a capitate one.

  3. In capitate clusters an inch and a half across; deep blue.

  4. One-celled; with a disklike summit, tapering into two stout styles with large capitate stigmas.

  5. There are six stamens (b), two of which are much shorter than the others; and two carpels with one style, and a capitate or divided stigma.

  6. The ovary has a thick style and capitate stigma (c), and the fruit is a drupe (d).

  7. There are five stamens, a filiform style, and a capitate stigma.

  8. The ovary contains only one seed; and the style is long and slender, terminating in a capitate stigma, divided into a number of tubercles or warts.

  9. Beginning from the upper right corner, we have Halichondria panicea, greenish yellow, with perforated hillocks: it occurs also in other parts of the picture.

  10. The bladder is filled with air, and therefore floats almost wholly on the surface.

  11. Small capitate processes or organs, observable under the wings of Diptera, attended by a spiracle[1073].

  12. Nymphalis Populi and others of the same family have larvae furnished on the back of each segment with cylindricoconical processes of a fleshy substance, obtuse at the apex and surrounded with capitate hairs.

  13. Umbels irregular or compound, the flowers (greenish or yellowish) capitate in the umbellets, perfect, and with staminate ones intermixed.

  14. Flowers capitate or upon a spike or spadix, with or without a spathe.

  15. Style undivided, terminated by a single capitate or 2--3-globose stigma.

  16. Odorous perennial herbs; the small flowers mostly in close clusters, forming axillary capitate whorls, sometimes approximated in interrupted spikes, produced in summer, of two sorts as to the fertility of the stamens in most species.

  17. Spikelets and numerous flowers compressed, crowded in a densely spiked or capitate panicle.

  18. Annual, low, branching woolly herbs, with entire leaves, and small heads in capitate clusters.

  19. Trophosome polyps with capitate tentacles, simple or branched, scattered or verticillate; gonosome, free medusae or gonophores.

  20. The gastrozoids usually bear short capitate tentacles, four, six or twelve in number; but in Astylus (fig.

  21. Trophosome, polyps with an upper circlet of numerous capitate tentacles, and a lower circlet of filiform tentacles.

  22. The genus Myriothela is a solitary polyp with scattered capitate tentacles, producing sporosacs.

  23. The dactylozoids have no mouth; in Milleporidae they have short capitate tentacles, but lack tentacles in Stylasteridae.

  24. Trophosome, polyps with a single whorl of capitate tentacles; gonosome, free medusae, with tentacles branched, solid.

  25. Valve linear, capitate at each end and tumid in the middle; striae distinctly punctate; pseudoraphe indistinct, or not apparent.

  26. Valve capitate at the ends; striae, 24 in 10 [mu].

  27. Valve elliptical-lanceolate, inflated in the middle, with produced sub-capitate or rostrate ends separated by diaphragms.

  28. Some forms are capitate and others are not.

  29. One of the European species, the Capitate Broom (page 18) forms a shrub over two feet high and opens its flowers from June onwards.

  30. The anterior border is rounded, each of the ends being somewhat truncate and carrying a bundle of tentacles all capitate and similar.

  31. The tentacles are capitate and in the Woods Hole form, 15 in number in each of the two bundles.

  32. The body is spherical and is covered with short capitate tentacles.

  33. The tentacles are all capitate and distributed, and about 2-1/2 times the body length.

  34. Staminate catkins are in crowded clusters, capitate or elongate (figs.

  35. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "capitate" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.