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collarette (plural collarettes)
- A small collar, especially as a kind of necklace of lace, fur etc. for women; a ruff
- 2013, Weldon's Practical Needlework, page 70:
- Work the 2 stitches in looped knitting; the last ten rows make a kind of gore on the lower edge of the collarette.
- 2022, Liam McIlvanney, The Heretic, page 206:
- Men in Sunday suits and orange collarettes swaggered to the music from uniformed flute bands.
- 2023, Nicolas Laos, Freemasonic Enlightenment in the Context of the Modern and Perfecting Rite of Symbolic Masonry, page 226:
- The regalia of the Regional Grand Officers comprise the following items: an apron, a sash, a pair of gauntlets, a cap, a collarette, a collarette jewel, and the Order's breast jewel.
- A small collar of inner petals or leaf-like extensions to the stem.
- 1917, Gaston Bonnier, Name this Flower, page 226:
- There are no recurved strap-shaped little flowers; collarette of the composite flower with scales arranged in several rows ( Fig . TVU )
- 2012, Garry T. Cole, Biology of Conidial Fungi, page 301:
- The rather inconspicuous collarette of Aspergillus contrasts with the distinctive collarette of Phialophora richardsiae (Nannf. apud Melin & Nannf.)
- A type of dahlia having a small collar of short inner petals.
- 1914, Liberty Hyde Bailey, The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, page 956:
- The Collarette dahlia is a very novel and distinct type.
- The jagged circle in the mid-diameter of the iris, separating the darker shade of the iris from the lighter shade of the iris.
- 2015, Keith R. Pine, Brian H. Sloan, Robert J. Jacobs, Clinical Ocular Prosthetics, page 129:
- The edge of the pupil is soft and seems to dissolve into the collarette rather than stand apart from it.
- The rim of loosened keratin surrounding a skin lesion.
- 2021, Subrata Malakar, Pediatric Dermoscopy Trichoscopy & Onychoscopy, page 35:
- Occasionally, scaling may be diffuse and irregular instead of collarette of fragments of scales that from the border into the center of the lesion, like a curtain
- (advertising) An advertising card fitted around the neck of a bottle.
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