Lanceolate



[lan-see-uh-leyt, -lit] /ˈlæn si əˌleɪt, -lɪt/

adjective
1.
shaped like the head of a lance.
2.
narrow, and tapering toward the apex or sometimes at the base, as a leaf.
/ˈlɑːnsɪəˌleɪt; -lɪt/
adjective
1.
narrow and tapering to a point at each end: lanceolate leaves
lanceolate
(lān’sē-ə-lāt’)
Tapering from a rounded base toward an apex; lance-shaped. Many willows have lanceolate leaves.

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