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(Tri*sper"mous) a. [Pref. tri- + Gr. seed.] (Bot.) Containing three seeds; three-seeded; as,
a trispermous capsule.
(Tri*splanch"nic) a. [Tri- + splanchnic.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the three great splanchnic
cavities, namely, that of the head, the chest, and the abdomen; applied to the sympathetic nervous
(Trist) v. t. & i. [imp. Triste.] To trust. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Trist), n. [See Tryst.]
1. Trust. [Obs.]
2. A post, or station, in hunting. [Obs.] Chaucer.
3. A secret meeting, or the place of such meeting; a tryst. See Tryst. [Obs.]
George Douglas caused a trist to be set between him and the cardinal and four lords; at the which trist
he and the cardinal agreed finally.Letter dated Sept., 1543.
(Trist), a. [F. triste, L. tristis.] Sad; sorrowful; gloomy. [Obs.] Fairfax.
(Triste) n. A cattle fair. [Prov. Eng.]
(Tri*ste"a*rate) n. Tristearin.
(Tri*ste"a*rin) n. [Pref. tri- + stearin.] (Physiol. Chem.) See Stearin.
(Trist"ful) a. Sad; sorrowful; gloomy. Shak.
Eyes so tristful, eyes so tristful,Longfellow.
Heart so full of care and cumber.
(Trist"ful*ly), adv. In a tristful manner; sadly.
(Tris"tich*ous) a. [Gr. in three rows; (see Tri-) + a row.] (Bot.) Arranged in three vertical
(Tri`stig*mat"ic Tri*stig"ma*tose`) a. [Pref. tri- + stigma.] (Bot.) Having, or consisting of,
three stigmas. Gray.
(Tris*ti"ti*ate) v. t. [L. tristitia sadness, fr. tristis sad.] To make sad. [Obs.] Feltham.
(||Tris"to*ma) n. [NL., from Gr. tri- (see Tri-) + sto`ma mouth.] (Zoöl.) Any one of numerous
species of trematode worms belonging to Tristoma and allied genera having a large posterior sucker
and two small anterior ones. They usually have broad, thin, and disklike bodies, and are parasite on the
gills and skin of fishes.
(Trist"y) a. See Trist, a. [Obs.] Ashmole.
(Tri"sulc) n. [L. trisulcus; tri- (see Tri-) + sulcus a furrow.] Something having three forks or
prongs, as a trident. [Obs.] "Jupiter's trisulc." Sir T. Browne.
(Tri*sul"cate) a. [Pref. tri- + sulcate.] Having three furrows, forks, or prongs; having three
grooves or sulci; three-grooved.
(Tri*sul"phide) n. [Pref. tri- + sulphide.] (Chem.) A sulphide containing three atoms of