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 (kô′dāt′) also cau·dat·ed (-dā′tĭd)
Having a tail or taillike appendage.

[Medieval Latin caudātus, from Latin cauda, tail.]

cau·da′tion n.
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Adj.1.caudated - having a tail or taillike appendage
zoological science, zoology - the branch of biology that studies animals
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Dimension weights plot caudated from weight matrix analyze was revealed that varieties of ventral of the cranium and mandible had effects on Dimension 2, and varieties of lateral and dorsal of the cranium had effects on Dimension 1 (Fig.
After an initial, two-beat anacrusis, higher levels of metrical beating in the poem form four five-line, caudated stanzas and one five-beat, caudated line ("Like the leaves themselves / Turning in the Wind.
The pentameter, with its five beats, is consistently caudated. One of its two half-lines (or what I like to call metrical "lobes") has three beats rather than two.