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setæ

  1. (obsolete) plural of seta
    • 1820, John Lindley, Rosarum Monographia; Or, A Botanical History of Roses, 42:
      Branches erect, three or four feet high, pale green, covered all over with small, weak, nearly equal setæ, except at the extremities, which are unarmed, like the very numerous, slender branchlets.

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setæ ?

  1. plural of seta