[in-fyoo-sawr-ee-uh l, -sohr-]
- pertaining to, containing, or consisting of infusorians: infusorial earth.
Origin of infusorial
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Then infusorial earth was added, to make the compound porous in texture.America's Munitions 1917-1918
The Monads are other infusorial animalcules which make an early appearance in vegetable infusions.
But many naturalists insist that the colouring matter proceeds from an infusorial animalcule, the green-coloured Vibrion.
From May to August this process was continued without any development of infusorial life.
Three days' exposure to the dusty air suffices to render them muddy, fetid, and swarming with infusorial life.