sclerose scle·rose (sklə-rōz’, -rōs’)
v. scle·rosed, scle·ros·ing, scle·ros·es
To harden; undergo sclerosis.
Trademark. 1. a brand name for a sclerometer that determines the hardness of a material by measuring the rebound of a standard ball dropped on the material from a fixed height.
scorbutigenic scor·bu·ti·gen·ic (skôr-byōō’tĭ-jěn’ĭk) adj. Producing scurvy.
- Scorched-earth policy
[skawrcht-urth] /ˈskɔrtʃtˈɜrθ/ noun 1. a military practice of devastating the property and agriculture of an area before abandoning it to an advancing enemy.
noun 1. a person or thing that scorches. 2. Informal. a very hot day: Tomorrow is supposed to be a scorcher. 3. something caustic or severe: a scorcher of a critique. 4. Informal. a person who drives extremely fast. 5. Printing. a device for drying and forming flong into a curve before casting. noun 1. […]