Globulous


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Glob´u`lous


a.1.Globular; spherical; orbicular.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The exquisite texture of a juicy green grape as smooth but globulous, or the fibres of the carpet as roughly hewn become matters of urgent interest and intense attention.
It is characterized by large panicles of small globulous capitulums (2-3 mm diameter), with whitish involucres, and by pinnatisect leaves which disappear after the blooming period, characterised by small (1-2 mm) pale yellow flowers having a pleasant odour (Figure 1).