[mahr-stuh n] /ˈmɑr stən/
John, c1575–1634, English dramatist and satirical poet.
John. ?1576–1634, English dramatist and satirist. His works include the revenge tragedies Antonio and Mellida (1602) and Antonio’s Revenge (1602) and the satirical comedy The Malcontent (1604)
noun 1. a former moor in NE England, west of York: Cromwell’s victory over the Royalists 1644. noun 1. a flat low-lying area in NE England, west of York: scene of a battle (1644) in which the Parliamentarians defeated the Royalists
[mahr-soo-pee-uh l] /mɑrˈsu pi əl/ noun 1. any viviparous, nonplacental mammal of the order Marsupialia, comprising the opossums, kangaroos, wombats, and bandicoots, the females of most species having a marsupium containing the mammary glands and serving as a receptacle for the young. adjective 2. pertaining to, resembling, or having a marsupium. 3. of or relating […]
marsupialization mar·su·pi·al·i·za·tion (mär-sōō’pē-ə-lĭ-zā’shən) n. Surgical alteration of a cyst or similar enclosed cavity by making an incision and suturing the flaps to the adjacent tissue, creating a pouch.
noun 1. a burrowing Australian marsupial of the genus Notoryctes, resembling a common mole in form and behavior. noun 1. any molelike marsupial of the family Notoryctidae