callosity

[kuh-los-i-tee]
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noun, plural cal·los·i·ties.

a callous condition.
Botany. a hardened or thickened part of a plant.
Pathology. callus(def 1a).

Origin of callosity

1375–1425; late Middle English calosite < Late Latin callōsitās, equivalent to callōs(us) callous + -itās -ity
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British Dictionary definitions for callosity

callosity

noun plural -ties

hardheartedness
another name for callus (def. 1)
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callosity in Medicine

callosity

[kə-lŏsĭ-tē]

n.

A localized thickening and enlargement of the horny layer of the skin.callus keratoma poroma tyloma
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