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tunicate (adj.)

1760, from Latin tunicatus "clothed with a tunic only (i.e. without a toga), in shirt-sleeves," past participle of tunicare "to clothe in a tunic," from tunica (see tunic). As a noun, from 1848.

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Definitions of tunicate

tunicate (n.)
primitive marine animal having a saclike unsegmented body and a urochord that is conspicuous in the larva;
Synonyms: urochordate / urochord
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