Adjectives for Lobes | Words to describe Lobes

Great
Optic
Frontal
Occipital
Green
Squarish
Stigmatic

How do you describe Lobes?

  • 1. Its leathery, dark green leaves are divided by curving sinuses into squarish lobes, each ending in one or more bristly tips. 🔊
  • 2. Each flower tends to have two yellowish green stigmatic lobes but three-lobed stigmas may be found and one case of a 4-lobed stigma was observed. 🔊
  • 3. The ice did not stand with an even thickness over the surface of the glaciated area, but at some points it moved down in great lobes, which marked the lines of greatest pressure as well as the greatest accumulation. 🔊
  • 4. There is a wasting of the cerebral hemispheres, especially of the frontal lobes, a portion of the brain which, later on, we shall see is intimately associated with the function of articulate speech. 🔊
  • 5. The cactus flowers bloomed and faded; the violet-scented mimosa puff-balls fell in gold showers on the green lobes, the aloe bells withered in silence, the waiting, watching eyes waited and watched in vain. 🔊
  • 6. A dog that had been deprived of sight by removal of the eyes when it was a puppy found its way about as well as a normal dog; but an animal made blind by removal of the occipital lobes of the brain was quite stupid and had great difficulty in finding its way about. 🔊

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