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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Feathery colony of long-branched stems bearing stalkless paired polyps.

Usage examples (3)
  • Ah! you will say, you are now showing me a polyp like those on the sertularian tree.
  • This special sertularian grows up right in my pool on stones or often on seaweeds, but I have here (Fig. 5) another and much smaller one which lives literally in...
  • A tiny sertularian with at least twenty mouths. for more
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