Antenn terminated by a variously shaped flat joint longer and usually larger than the preceding one, laterally setigerous.
The whole body is depressed, instead of laterally compressed.
It is laterally bounded by the hind part of the eyes and the temples; and posteriorly, where that part exists, by the occiput.
The U-tube holding the specimen may be adjusted up and down, and laterally.
All substances attract each other; not only in the direction of the center of the earth, but laterally, as well.
When it contracts, it flexes the head, and inclines it laterally.
Papillae present only laterally H. boulengeri Papillae present laterally and ventrallyH.
The body is black dorsally and laterally, and bluish gray ventrally; the tail musculature is brown and stippled with darker brown.
In anser to your Innqueries, their as been a great falling off laterally, so muches this year that there was nobody allmost.
The hyoplastral and hypoplastral bones are in contact only laterally.
early 15c., from Middle French latéral and directly from Latin lateralis "belonging to the side," from latus (genitive lateris) "side" (see oblate (n.)). As a noun, from 1630s, "a side part." As a type of pass to the side in U.S. football, it is attested from 1934. Related: Laterally.
lateral lat·er·al (lāt'ər-əl)
Relating to or situated at or on the side.
Situated or extending away from the median plane of the body.
Relating to the left or right lateral region of the abdomen.