the branch of logic dealing with truth and error.
(in classical architecture) a part of a pier, flanking a pilaster or engaged column and supporting either impost of an arch. a small wing of a building. either jamb of a doorway. Historical Examples alette was lively, agreeable, and well-educated; but she liked best to hear herself talk. Strife and Peace Fredrika Bremer But I […]
- Aleukemic leukemia
aleukemic leukemia aleukemic leukemia n. Leukemia characterized by a normal or low number of white blood cells in the blood despite leukemic changes in tissues.
aleukemia aleukemia a·leu·ke·mi·a (ā’lōō-kē’mē-ə, āl’ōō-) n. An absence of white blood cells in the blood. Usually used in reference to varieties of leukemic disease in which the blood’s white cell count is normal or low but contains a few young white blood cells. The leukemic changes in bone marrow associated with a subnormal number of […]
aleukemoid aleukemoid a·leu·ke·moid (ā’lōō-kē’moid’) adj. Relating to or characteristic of the symptoms of aleukemia.