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aciniform

aciniform (uh-SIN-uh-form) - adj., shaped like a cluster of grapes.


Alternate form: acinous, or consisting of multiple acini or globules, such as a blackberry. Which makes a good example of something that's shaped like a cluster of grapes. From Latin acinus, grape.

---L.

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