[ lahys ]
/ laɪs /
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verb (used with object), lysed, lys·ing.
to cause dissolution or destruction of cells by lysins.
verb (used without object), lysed, lys·ing.
to undergo lysis.
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Other definitions for lyse (2 of 2)
variant of -lyze.
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How to use lyse in a sentence
Nowhere do these terrific forces appear more formidably conjoined than in the surprising strait known as the Lyse-Fiord.
In the Lyse-Fiord, the sea is almost always tranquil; the sky above is serene; the place terrible.
The ladies of our new base supply unit, said the commissioner, introducing the workers, already assigned to Lyse.
Ruth Fielding had already become inured to the sights and sounds of hospital life at Lyse, and to its work as well.
He was being taken to Lyse, where nobody would know him and he would know nobody!
British Dictionary definitions for lyse
/ (laɪs, laɪz) /
to undergo or cause to undergo lysis
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