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[kree-neyt] /ˈkri neɪt/

having the margin notched or scalloped so as to form rounded teeth, as a leaf.
having a scalloped margin, as certain leaves

crenate cre·nate (krē’nāt’) or cre·nat·ed (-nā’tĭd)
Having a margin with low, rounded or scalloped projections or indentations.


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