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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
Having many small grooves; furrowed.
From Latin scrobiculus (small planting hole), diminutive of scrobis (trench). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sker- (to cut), which is also the source of skirt, curt, screw, shard, shears, carnage, carnivorous, carnation, sharp, and scrape. Earliest documented use: 1806.
"The stalk is scrobiculate and at first slightly sticky."
Alexander Smith and Nancy Weber; The Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide; University of Michigan Press; 1980.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:The path of least resistance makes all rivers, and some men, crooked. -Napoleon Hill, author (1883-1970)