pupillotonic pseudostrabismus pu·pil·lo·ton·ic pseudostrabismus (pyōō’pə-lō-tŏn’ĭk)
See Holmes-Adie syndrome.
[pyoo-peen, poo-peen] /pyuˈpin, ˈpu pin/ noun 1. Michael Idvorsky [id-vawr-skee] /ɪdˈvɔr ski/ (Show IPA), 1858–1935, U.S. inventor, physicist, and author, born in Hungary.
[pyoo-pip-er-uh s] /pyuˈpɪp ər əs/ adjective 1. (of an insect) bearing fully developed larvae that are ready to pupate. /pjuːˈpɪpərəs/ adjective 1. (of certain dipterous flies) producing young that have already reached the pupa stage at the time of hatching
[puhp-it] /ˈpʌp ɪt/ noun 1. an artificial figure representing a human being or an animal, manipulated by the hand, rods, wires, etc., as on a miniature stage. Compare , . 2. a person, group, government, etc., whose actions are prompted and controlled by another or others. 3. a small doll. 4. Machinery. . /ˈpʌpɪt/ noun […]
[puhp-i-teer] /ˌpʌp ɪˈtɪər/ noun 1. a person who manipulates , as in a . verb (used without object) 2. to work as a puppeteer, by making perform. /ˌpʌpɪˈtɪə/ noun 1. a person who manipulates puppets n. 1917, from puppet + -eer.