a complex of congenital malformations in human infants caused by a chromosomal aberration and in which the infant emits a mewing cry.
distemper1 (def 1c). Veterinary Pathology. Also called canine distemper. an infectious disease chiefly of young dogs, caused by an unidentified virus and characterized by lethargy, fever, catarrh, photophobia, and vomiting. Also called colt distemper, equine distemper, strangles. an infectious disease of horses, caused by the bacillus Streptococcus equi and characterized by catarrh of the upper […]
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noun a small door or flap in a larger door through which a cat can pass noun See cat flap
Also called gosmore. any of several Old World composite plants of the genus Hypochaeris, having leaves in a rosette at the base and dandelionlike yellow or white flowers, especially H. radicata, naturalized as a weed in the western U.S. any western American plant of the genus Calochortus, of the lily family, as C. coeruleus or […]
to link together; form into a connected series: catenated cells. Historical Examples catenate: with longitudinal connected elevations like links in a chain. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology John. B. Smith verb (biology) to arrange or be arranged in a series of chains or rings adjective another word for catenulate