cicatricose

See cicatricial.

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  • cicatricose — ci·cat·ri·cose …   English syllables

  • cicatricose — sə̇ˈka.trəˌkōs, ˈsikə.trə adjective Etymology: Latin cicatricosus, from cicatric , cicatrix + osus ose botany : marked with or as if with scars …   Useful english dictionary

  • cicatrix — cicatricial /sik euh trish euhl/, adj. cicatricose /si ka tri kohs , sik euh /, adj. /sik euh triks, si kay triks/, n., pl. cicatrices /sik euh truy seez/. 1. Physiol. new tissue that forms over a wound and later contracts into a scar. 2. Bot. a… …   Universalium

  • cicatrice — /ˈsɪkətrəs/ (say sikuhtruhs) noun (plural cicatrices /sɪkəˈtraɪsiz/ (say sikuh truyseez) or cicatrixes) 1. the new tissue which forms over a wound or the like, and later contracts into a scar. 2. Botany the scar left by a fallen leaf, seed, etc.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • cicatrice —   n. scar.    ♦ cicatricial, a.    ♦ cicatricle, n. small scar.    ♦ cicatricose, a. scarred.    ♦ cicatrize, v.i. & t. heal; grow over …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • cicatrix —   n. scar.    ♦ cicatricial, a.    ♦ cicatricle, n. small scar.    ♦ cicatricose, a. scarred.    ♦ cicatrize, v.i. & t. heal; grow over …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • cicatrose — ˌtrōs adjective Etymology: by contraction : cicatricose …   Useful english dictionary

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