induplicate[in do̵̅o̅′pli kit, -dyo̵̅o̅′-]
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having the edges folded or rolled in, but not overlapping: said of the arrangement of leaves in a leaf bud or of the calyx or corolla in a flower bud
Origin: in- plush duplicate
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Having the edges folded or turned inward.