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Shaped like a saddle.

(Science: botany) Specifically: bent down at the sides so as to give the upper part a rounded form.

(Science: geology) bent on each side of a mountain or ridge, without being broken at top; said of strata.

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... of eyes, worms have very sensitive ______. another name for the tiny bristles that worms use to move themselves with is ______. (segments, setae, saddles, mucus) the activity in worms in the soil could be compared to a ______. (plow, hose, shovel, rake) People often mistake the raised, contrasting ...

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