Amphophilic



amphophilic

amphophilic am·pho·phil·ic (ām’fə-fĭl’ĭk) or am·phoph·i·lous (ām-fŏf’ə-ləs)
adj.
Amphophil.

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  • Amphora

    a large two-handled storage jar having an oval body, usually tapering to a point at the base, with a pair of handles extending from immediately below the lip to the shoulder: used chiefly for oil, wine, etc., and, set on a foot, as a commemorative vase awarded the victors in contests such as the Panathenaic […]

  • Amphorae

    a large two-handled storage jar having an oval body, usually tapering to a point at the base, with a pair of handles extending from immediately below the lip to the shoulder: used chiefly for oil, wine, etc., and, set on a foot, as a commemorative vase awarded the victors in contests such as the Panathenaic […]



  • Amphoric

    resembling the deep, hollow sound made by blowing across the mouth of a large, narrow-necked, empty bottle: amphoric breathing. Historical Examples The old doctor murmured some words about amphoric breathing, and a sound such as a cracked jar might give out. A Love Episode Emile Zola adjective resembling the sound produced by blowing into a […]

  • Amphoric rale

    amphoric rale amphoric rale n. A sound heard during auscultation and associated with the movement of fluid in a lung cavity communicating with a bronchus.



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