cultrate definition by Webster's New World
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sharp-edged and pointed
Origin: Classical Latin cultratus, knifelike ; from culter, a knife: see colter
cultrate definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Sharp-edged and pointed; knifelike: cultrate leaves.
Origin: Latin cultrātus, from culter, cultr-, knife; see skel-1 in Indo-European roots.