adjective Also dis·coi·dal.
Related formspost·dis·coi·dal, adjectivesub·dis·coid, adjectivesub·dis·coi·dal, adjective
Examples from the Web for discoid
There are two lateral, discoid, brown chromatophores, each of which possesses a central amylum granule.Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole|Gary N. Calkins
Heads discoid, 15–many-flowered, in corymbose cymes; flowers perfect.
The radiate type is shown by discoid infusoria, by medusæ, by starfish and their allies.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The tumors appear as discoid prominences of varying size and number.
They are smooth, rounded, or discoid cysts, varying in size from a split-pea to a Tangerine orange.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles