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Having a coma; comate.
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(Botany) botany another word for comate1
[C18: from Latin comōsus hairy, from coma long hair; see coma2]
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|Adj.||1.||comose - bearing a coma; crowned with an assemblage of branches or leaves or bracts; "comate royal palms"; "pineapples are comate"|
crowned - provided with or as if with a crown or a crown as specified; often used in combination; "a high-crowned hat"; "an orange-crowned bird"; "a crowned signet ring"
|2.||comose - of certain seeds (such as cotton) having a tuft or tufts of hair; "comate (or comose) seeds"; "a comal tuft"|
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