three-lobed


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Adj.1.three-lobed - (of a leaf shape) divided into three lobes
compound - composed of more than one part; "compound leaves are composed of several lobes; "compound flower heads"
2.three-lobed - having three lobes
many-sided, multilateral - having many parts or sides
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the west facade has a high, six-lane tracery window in the nave and smaller, three-lobed tracery windows in the seitenschiffachsen.
Rather, they ride on top of a two- or three-lobed cam, which drives them in and out of the gear ring that surrounds them while moving them forward.
Female flowers have well-developed, three-lobed pistils; male blossoms are larger and longer than female flowers." Still looking for a better way to tell.
Measurements of the tracks, three-lobed footprints that dapple the rock like a layer of sunken leaves, suggest that dinosaurs ranging from youngsters to adults shared a similar stomping ground, the team reports June 30 in Geology.
It has shiny, leathery three-lobed leaves that are somewhat mottled and purplish underneath.
Such spoons - the name comes from the three-lobed shape of the handle - are rarities in themselves.
It has somewhat fleshy, reddish-purple stems, three-lobed leaves and trumpet-shaped lavender-purple flowers in summer.
This management regime has already helped to spread three-lobed water crowsfoot at Cilan, another project site.
The leaves are thicker, bumpier and occasionally three-lobed at the base.
"This has beautiful mahogany peeling bark and small three-lobed deep green leaves which colour richly in autumn.
Another rather odd ivy is Hedera helix 'Congesta' that has a stiff, almost wiry non-climbing habit and small, three-lobed dark green leaves.