a toxic synthetic nucleoside, C 9 H 13 N 3 O 5 , used as an immunosuppressive and cytotoxic agent in the treatment of certain leukemias.
arac, brother of the princess, comes also with an army to her protection.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 65, No. 402, April, 1849 Various
Therefore we stayed awhile at a big hotel at Horre, and made acquaintance with a very warming drink, arac punch.
Norway Beatrix Jungman
cytarabine cyt·ar·a·bine (sī-tār’ə-bēn’)
See cytosine arabinoside.
a seaport in E Brazil. a state in NE Brazil. 8490 sq. mi. (21,990 sq. km). Capital: Aracajú. noun a port in E Brazil, capital of Sergipe state. Pop: 701 000 (2005 est) noun a state of NE Brazil: the smallest Brazilian state; a centre of resistance to Dutch conquest (17th century). Capital: Aracajú. Pop: […]
any of several small toucans of the genus Pteroglossus, having strongly serrate bills and yellow underparts marked with black and red. Historical Examples Now and then Guapo brought down a parrot, a macaw, or an aracari, with his blow-gun; but these were only temporary supplies. The Forest Exiles Mayne Reid
a city in SE Brazil.
belonging to the plant family Araceae. adjective another word for aroid (sense 1)