false membrane n.
A thick, tough, fibrinous exudate formed on the surface of a mucous membrane or the skin. Also called croupous membrane, neomembrane, plica, pseudomembrane.
- False-memory syndrome
[fawls-mem-uh-ree] /ˈfɔlsˈmɛm ə ri/ noun 1. a psychological condition in which a person believes that he or she remembers events that have not actually occurred.
noun 1. (def 1). noun 1. Also called false mildew. any fungus of the family Peronosporaceae, causing many plant diseases and producing a white, downy mass of conidiophores, usually on the under surface of the leaves of the host plant. 2. Plant Pathology. a disease of plants, characterized by mildewed, distorted, and yellowed foliage, caused […]
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noun 1. a movement that may be interpreted as threatening. 2. an act or action that can cause trouble or damage; mistake: If the bus driver had made one false move, we would have skidded off the icy road. noun an unwise or careless action with risky consequences