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Apr 16, 2008
This week's theme
Words made using combining forms

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cenotaph
endogamy
setiform
noctilucent
geoponic

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setiform

(SEE-tuh-form) Pronunciation Sound Clip

adjective: Bristle-shaped or having bristles.

[From Latin seti- (bristle) + -form.]

"The compound was full of figures, the scampering setiform bodies of chimpanzees and the taller, more exiguous forms of their closest living relatives."
Will Self; Great Apes; Grove Press; 1998.

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