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1. Covered with, or having, spicules.

2. (Science: botany) Covered with minute spiculae, or pointed fleshy appendages; divided into small spikelets.

Origin: L. Spiculatus, p. P. Of spiculare to sharpen, to point, fr. Spiculum a dart.