Undercote, or undercoat; fester under the skin (coat is "cutis," skin).
I dreamed about cutis oenea half the night after I came to see you.
The cavity of the epimere disappears, and its walls form the muscle and cutis plates of the body.
cutis anserina—gooseflesh—was pronounced on the thighs and upper arms.
The surface of the cutis is not smooth, but is covered here and there with minute elevations, called papill.
The epidermis will close over, and the cutis and the pellis.
From the separate cells first budded off there are formed the cutis, part of the connective tissue and the calcareous skeleton.
Alba cutis is the skin of the sick and dropsical; candida, that of the fair girl.
cutis cenea, bronze skin, they call it sometimes—extraordinary pigmentation—a little more to the light, if you please—ah!
cutis vulpina consuenda est cum cute leonis—The fox's skin must be sewed to that of the lion.
cutis cu·tis (kyōō'tĭs)
n. pl. cu·tis·es or cu·tes (-tēz)