Triseralous

Tri*ser"al*ous

(?), a. [Pref. tri- + sepal.] (Bot.) Having three sepals, or calyx leaves.
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Tri*se"ri*al

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Tri*se"ri*ate

(?), } a. [Pref. tri- + serial, seriate.] (Bot.) Arranged in three vertical or spiral rows.
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Tris*kel"i*on

(?), or

Tris"kele

(?) }, n. [Gr. three-legged. See Tri-; Isosceles.] A figure composed of three branches, usually curved, radiating from a center, as the figure composed of three human legs, with bent knees, which has long been used as a badge or symbol of Sicily and of the Isle of Man.
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Tris"mus

(?), n. [NL., form Gr. gnashing of the teeth.] (Med.) The lockjaw.
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