capsulated capsulated


  • (adj) used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule


  • When Gregor Ziemer's book Education for Death was en capsulated in Reader's Digest (February 1942), Hollywood had already passed it up.


  • Ag at Large: Seedless success

    The absolute best of California agriculture’s history can be capsulated and intensified in the experiences of the state’s table grape industry, as fresh and vital today as the tastiest and most colorful seedless grape.
    on March 27, 2014     Source: The Hanford Sentinel


  • "My heart feels so good for (Sanders)," Nestor said. "He has capsulated his whole basketball career into his senior year and it's still worth it. He can treasure this game for the rest of his life."
    on Mar 6, 2009 By: Ernie Nestor Source: The Pendulum

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