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bot·ry·oi·dal

 (bŏt′rē-oid′l) also bot·ry·oid (bŏt′rē-oid′)
adj.
Shaped like a bunch of grapes. Used especially of mineral formations: botryoidal hematite.

[From Greek botruoeidēs : botrus, bunch of grapes + -oeidēs, -oid.]

bot′ry·oi′dal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.botryoid - resembling a cluster of grapes in form
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The mass appeared to be several combined structures that looked botryoid (Fig 2).
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Horn and Enterline in 1958 devised the first classification based on the pathological features into Embryonal, Botryoid, Alveolar and Pleomorphic subtypes.
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