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The answer OVATE has 211 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of ovate in various dictionaries:
adj - of a leaf shape
adj - rounded like an egg
Shaped like an egg; oval.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Not perfectly round|
|Like pear tree leaves|
|Like acacia leaves|
|Like some leaves|
|Like Humpty Dumpty|
|Like many amphitheaters|
|Shaped like Humpty|
|In the form of a race track|
|Like lilac leaves|
|Like bluebell leaves|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|having an oval outline or ovoid shape, like an egg.|
|shaped like an egg:|
|Shaped like an egg oval.|
|Botany Broad and rounded at the base and tapering toward the end: an ovate leaf.|
|Having an oval outline or ovoid shape, like an egg.|
|A member of an order of Welsh bards recognized at an Eisteddfod.|
|of a leaf shape egg-shaped with the broader end at the base|
|rounded like an egg|
|Ovate might refer to|
A hand axe (or handaxe) is a prehistoric stone tool with two faces that is the longest-used tool in human history. It is usually made from flint or chert. It is characteristic of the lower Acheulean and middle Palaeolithic (Mousterian) periods. Its technical name (biface) comes from the fact that the archetypical model is generally bifacial Lithic flake and almond-shaped (amygdaloidal). Hand axes tend to be symmetrical along their longitudinal axis and formed by pressure or percussion. The most common hand axes have a pointed end and rounded base, which gives them their characteristic shape, and both faces have been knapped to remove the natural cortex, at least partially. Hand axes are a type of the somewhat wider biface group of two-faced tools or weapons.|
* Hand axes were the first prehistoric tools to be recognized as such: the first published representation of a hand axe was drawn by John Frere and appeared in a British publication in 1800. Until that time, their origins were though