acerated


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ac·er·ate

 (ăs′ə-rāt′) also ac·er·at·ed (-rā′tĭd)
adj.
Acerose.

[From Latin ācer, sharp; see ak- in Indo-European roots.]

acerated

(ˈæsˌəreɪtɪd)
adj
having sharp points
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Earlier he refers to "the sun's pointing these acerated surfaces" (54), echoed later in "bright facets," which recall Bishop's lion-sun (also perhaps alluded to in Ashbery's "the paws that go on escaping" [55]).