having a cusp or cusps; cusplike.
Also, cuspate [kuhs-pit, -peyt] , cuspated.

1815–25; cusp + -ed3

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cuspate, cuspated or cusped (ˈkʌspɪt, -peɪt, kʌspt)
1.  having a cusp or cusps
2.  shaped like a cusp; cusplike
cuspated, cuspated or cusped
cusped, cuspated or cusped

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Example sentences
The shark is gray or brownish with spots, and its top jaw has jagged cusped teeth and the bottom comb shaped.
Elk harvested later in the season may be in the process of losing this three-cusped molar.
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