OTHER WORDS FROM epidermisep·i·der·mal, ep·i·der·mic, adjectiveep·i·der·mi·cal·ly, adverb
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This caused the coating to tightly adhere to the robotic finger, essentially creating a primer coat that the researchers could then seed with epidermal keratinocytes, the most common kind of cells in the outermost layer of human skin, the epidermis.Scientists Used Human Cells to Make Self-Healing ‘Living Skin’ for Robots|Edd Gent|June 13, 2022|Singularity Hub
The team then poured a liquid containing human keratinocyte cells onto the finger, which formed an outer skin layer, or epidermis.Scientists grew living human skin around a robotic finger|Maria Temming|June 9, 2022|Science News
Of these coats he rightly supposes the outermost to be merely the epidermis of the middle membrane or testa.
Dry is the epidermis,A vein no longer bleeds— And the communis vermisUpon the warrior feeds.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
Guapo had made the hammocks, having woven the cords out of the epidermis of the leaf of a noble palm, called “tucum.”Popular Adventure Tales|Mayne Reid
The lining of the stomach now forms the outer skin, and the former epidermis constitutes the lining of the stomach.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
This acid tinges the skin of a yellow colour, which does not disappear till the epidermis be changed.
British Dictionary definitions for epidermis
Derived forms of epidermisepidermal, epidermic or epidermoid, adjective
Word Origin for epidermis
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Cultural definitions for epidermis
The outside layers of the skin.