Addison’s anemia Ad·di·son’s anemia (ād’ĭ-sənz) or ad·di·so·ni·an anemia (ād’ĭ-sō’nē-ən)
See pernicious anemia.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Joseph or his works. fluent and clear in literary style. of or relating to . one who studies the works of Joseph . Historical Examples He complains gently in his Addisonian way of the inconvenience to which he was put for want of funds. James Madison Sydney Howard Gay […]
- Addisonian crisis
addisonian crisis addisonian crisis ad·di·so·ni·an crisis (ād’ĭ-sō’nē-ən) n. See acute adrenocortical insufficiency.
something added; an addition. Historical Examples On the alternative that the additament takes on another additament, you will be embarrassed by a many-sided regress in infinitum. The Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha Madhava Acharya An Aqua regis may also be drawn from nitrous earths by the force of fire only, without the help of any additament. Elements of the […]
the act or process of or uniting. the process of uniting two or more numbers into one sum, represented by the symbol +. the result of . something . a wing, room, etc., to a building, or abutting land to real estate already owned. Chemistry. a reaction in which two or more substances combine to […]