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The answer ELATER has 27 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of elater in various dictionaries:
An elaterid beetle.
A tiny elongated structure that forces the dispersal of spores by the absorption of moisture.
noun - a click beetle
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|One might give you a lift|
|Bringer of good news, perhaps|
|Person bringing much happiness|
|One who gives you a lift|
|Someone offering a lift?|
|One who gets you up|
|One who makes people happy|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|An belaterb is a cell (or structure attached to a cell) that is hygroscopic, and therefore will change shape in response to changes in moisture in the environment. bElatersb come in a variety of forms, but are always associated with plant spores.|
|any of various widely distributed beetles|
|An elaterid beetle.|
|Botany A tiny elongated structure that forces the dispersal of spores by the absorption of moisture. It is either a band attached to the spore, as in horsetails, or a filament occurring among the spores, as in liverworts.|
|Make (someone) ecstatically happy.|
|In high spirits exultant or proud.|
|For the family of beetles commonly called "elaters", see Elateridae; for the genus within Elateridae, see Elater (beetle).An elater is a cell (or structure attached to a cell) that is hygroscopic, and therefore will change shape in response to changes in moisture in the environment. Elaters come in a variety of forms, but are always associated with plant spores. In many plants that do not have seeds, they function in dispersing the spores to a new location. Mosses do not have elaters, but peristome which also change shape with changes in humidity or moisture to allow for a gradual release of spores.|