[ fo-set, faw- ]
/ fɒˈsɛt, fɔ- /
a small hollow or depression, as in a bivalve shell; dimple.
Pathology. a small, deep corneal ulcer.
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Example sentences from the Web for fossette
However, the fossette itself is shallow and soon disappears with slight wear.
There is occasionally a saucer-shaped plate or platform just under the cardinal teeth and within the shell, called the fossette.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
British Dictionary definitions for fossette
/ (fɒˈsɛt) /
anatomy a small depression or fossa, as in a bone
pathol a small deep ulcer of the cornea
Word Origin for fossette
C19: from French: dimple, from fosse ditch
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Medical definitions for fossette
[ fŏ-sĕt′ ]
A small depression; a dimple.
A small deep ulcer of the cornea.
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