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dellen

[ dĕlən ]
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pl.n.
Shallow excavations along the outer edge of the cornea that are caused by localized dehydration.
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How to use dellen in a sentence

  • "You'll have no trouble with a sea like this," Van Dellen said, strictly business.

    The Syndic|C.M. Kornbluth
  • "The exercise won't do you any lasting damage," Van Dellen said.

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  • He gave an okay sign to Van Dellen who waved back meagerly and managed a smile.

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  • Either your girl's mistaken or Van Dellen and his polygraph tech and I were taken in by a brand-new technique.

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