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de·a·late (dē-ā′lāt′) or de·a·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
Having lost the wings. Used of ants, termites, and other insects that shed their wings after a mating flight.
dealate (ˈdiːeɪˌleɪt; -lɪt) or
(Zoology) (of ants and other insects) having lost their wings, esp by biting or rubbing them off after mating
[from de- + alate]
de•a•late (ˈdi eɪˌleɪt, -lɪt)
also de•a•lat•ed (-ˌleɪ tɪd)
(of certain ants and termites after nuptial flights) having no wings as a result of having bitten or rubbed them off.
References in periodicals archive
Many ant species show the claustral nest-founding mode, in which a dealated
queen produces a few 1st workers using only the reserved nutrition in her body [1-3].
As in lower termites, the colony of higher termites (family Termitidae) is normally headed by a pair of dealated
imagines (the king and the queen), which have founded the society after swarming.
DELIMIT OVICIDE MICELLA SLEDDER (4410) CASAVAS AMIDINE MIDDLED ECHELLE LEERIER (4409) CHIMLA LOCOED ALIDAD SLEEVE HARMED (4407) CHIASM HANDLE ALUMIN LORICA LEERED ADDERS (4403) STAMMELS CONOIDAL ALGICIDE DEALATED
(4403) It is not too surprising to find that there are no pangram grids of any size.
At 11:30 p.m., the patient's cervix was dealated
to 5 centimeters and was 80 percent effaced.
queens found walking on the ground after a nuptial flight were collected from the Kasori population, about 4 km northeast from the Ecology Park.