Ultimate segments more obtuse than in type; has but very slight tendency towards the spatulate form of the two previous varieties.
Or sometimes the palm may be of one type, say spatulate, with all the fingers mixed.
Fingers that are slender and longer than the palm, but with spatulate tips, indicate versatility, wit and intuitive perception.
These are spatulate in form, with a terraced terminal marking.
Pinnules lanceolate, deeply pinnatifid; ultimate segments oblong or lanceolate and scarcely or not at all spatulate.
Note the spatulate terminations and the spines of the shaft, 11.
He drummed his spatulate fingers on his desk, his eyes half closed.
The teeth of all species of Smilisca are spatulate and bifid.
This has spatulate, wavy-margined leaves; which are pale and not veined with white, and its scapes are more slender.
It was a characteristic hand, broad, with spatulate fingernails and a black star on the fleshy ball between forefinger and thumb.
spatulate spat·u·late (spāch'ə-lĭt)
Having a broad flat end.