Lobose



[loh-bohs] /ˈloʊ boʊs/

adjective, Zoology.
1.
having broad, thick pseudopodia, as certain ameboid protozoans.

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    [luh-bot-uh-mahyz, loh-] /ləˈbɒt əˌmaɪz, loʊ-/ verb (used with object), lobotomized, lobotomizing. 1. to perform a on. 2. to make (someone or something) abnormally tranquil or sluggish. v. 1943; see lobotomy + -ize. Related: Lobotomized.

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    [luh-bot-uh-mahyz, loh-] /ləˈbɒt əˌmaɪz, loʊ-/ verb (used with object), lobotomized, lobotomizing. 1. to perform a on. 2. to make (someone or something) abnormally tranquil or sluggish. v. 1943; see lobotomy + -ize. Related: Lobotomized.



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