amoeboid

[ uh-mee-boid ]
/ əˈmi bɔɪd /

adjective

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OTHER WORDS FROM amoeboid

a·moe·boid·ism, noun

Definition for amoeboid (2 of 2)

ameboid

or a·moe·boid

[ uh-mee-boid ]
/ əˈmi bɔɪd /

adjective Biology.

resembling or related to amebas.

Origin of ameboid

OTHER WORDS FROM ameboid

a·me·boid·ism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for amoeboid

amoeboid

US ameboid

/ (əˈmiːbɔɪd) /

adjective

of, related to, or resembling amoebae
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Medical definitions for amoeboid (1 of 2)

amoeboid
[ ə-mēboid′ ]

adj.

Variant ofameboid

Medical definitions for amoeboid (2 of 2)

ameboid

adj.

Of or resembling an ameba, especially in changeability of form and means of locomotion.
Having an irregular or asymmetric outline with peripheral projections, as the outline of a group of cells growing in a nutrient culture.
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