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Divaricate vs. Divaricated

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Divaricateverb

(ambitransitive) To spread apart; to (cause to) diverge or branch off.

Divaricatedadjective

Spread-out, divergent, especially of a branch etc. which is at nearly ninety degrees to the main stem.

Divaricateadjective

(botany) Having wide angles between the branches.

Divaricatedverb

simple past tense and past participle of divaricate

Divaricateverb

To part into two branches; to become bifid; to fork.

Divaricateverb

To diverge; to be divaricate.

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Divaricateverb

To divide into two branches; to cause to branch apart.

Divaricateadjective

Diverging; spreading asunder; widely diverging.

Divaricateadjective

Forking and diverging; widely diverging; as the branches of a tree, or as lines of sculpture, or color markings on animals, etc.

Divaricateverb

branch off;

‘The road divaricates here’;

Divaricateverb

spread apart;

‘divaricate one's fingers’;

Divaricate

Divaricate means branching, or having separation or a degree of separation. The angle between branches is wide.

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