having no definite form; shapeless; unorganized
attributing human form or characteristics to beings not human, especially gods
occurring under two distinct forms
having a form deriving largely from the embryo's inner layer; having a heavy body build
exhibiting diversity of form
change of form
having a single form
1. branch of biology dealing with the form and structure of animals and plants
2. form and structure of an organism or any of its parts
membranous sac enclosing the heart
nearest point to the earth in the orbit of a heavenly body
nearest point to the sun in the orbit of a heavenly body
whole outer boundary or measurement of a surface or figure
branch of dentistry dealing with diseases of the bone and gum tissues supporting the teeth
traveling about; itinerant
1. on the periphery; outside or away from the central part, as in peripheral vision
2. only slightly connected with what is essential; merely incidental
expressed in a roundabout way; circumlocutory
instrument permitting those in a submarine view of the surface
wavelike contraction of the walls of the intestines, which propels contents onward
1. row of columns around a building or court
2. the space so enclosed
inflammation of the peritoneum
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