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glabrous or glabrate (ˈɡleɪbrəs, ˈɡleɪbreɪt, -brɪt)
biology without hair or a similar growth; smooth: a glabrous stem
[C17 glabrous, from Latin glaber]
glabrate or glabrate
[C17 glabrous, from Latin glaber]
'glabrousness or glabrate

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